14,000 Things to Be Happy About: The Happy Book

14,000 Things to Be Happy About

Authors: Barbara Ann Kipfer,Pierre Le-Tan

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Barbara Ann Kipfer started her list of things to be happy about when she was a child. Now, her fully compiled and revised book has 14,000 such things. From scrabble games and baby burps to cupcakes with sugar sprinkles and 20 minutes of seclusion, this book has the key to painting a smile across your face.

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