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Think Happy Club: Friendship (Volume 1) Paperback – June 26, 2015
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"Each illustration included is adorable and the handwritten words give you tips on how to keep a friendship strong. Many things include putting away the electronics as a way to keep in touch and just do so in person. Go out and have fun!" - A Drop of Ink Reviews
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This book is mellowing me out and killing my image.
The illustrations are simple, but provide a memetic way to easily recall the sayings. The sayings provide an opportunity to focus on things you can improve in the way you look at the world. Changing your perceptions genuinely changes your attitude.
So kudos to you. You have turned this grumpy guy into a genuine grinner.
Think Happy Club: Friendship is filled with lessons about the meaning of friendship for children, and touching reminders of what friendship is for adults. Saucer and Snoke manage to convey the meaning of true friendship with straightforward and simple terms paired with cute and whimsical illustrations that kids can relate to.
There are a few details in the book that I really enjoyed: first, the book is handwritten. This not only gives the book a personal touch, but it also provokes a sense of timelessness. Second, I enjoyed the story behind the book. Not only do readers find out at how Saucer's and Snoke's collaboration began, but we also learn that the book was written on a tablet. Third, I liked how the illustrations supported what was being said in a fun and playful manner.
Think Happy Club: Friendship is as inspirational as Chicken Soup for the Soul and as touching as Beatrix Potter's Peter Rabbit. It is a charming, beautiful, and timeless book that will surely end up being a classic for both children and adults.
My review will start with a warning. My concern is that everything about the book and its look seems to be aimed at pre-school or first grade. It has wonderful illustrations, which could lead people to think it's ok for children to read it. While most of the advices are harmless, advices such as 'Take a chance, live for the moment' are not. It can easily be seen as 'Go ahead; go out with that guy you met on the internet'. I would definitely recommend to exercise caution.
That said, the book is great to remind you that friendship needs to be cultivated and not taken for granted.
My rating is a mix of both. The book itself with the illustrations and the advices is superbly well done, so I'd give a 5 for it. However, it loses points because it is aimed at adults but looks like a child book.
The message is endearing and the absolute playfulness in the illustrations is delightful. If you loved this one you will also love thier other whimsicaly illustrated Wish Book.
This whimsical, delightful and playful book will be making it onto my xmas list of gifts for others!!!