If kindness is indeed contagious, it's about to go absolutely viral. This uplifting book suggests 365 seemingly simple actions that have the power to ignite a chain reaction of compassion. Each brightly illustrated page features an inspiring prompt ("tell a friend why she means the world to you," "pay for the car behind you at the toll booth," "say a blessing for one thing you're grateful for today") encouraging people to make meaningful connections with loved ones, build community, spread cheer to strangers, or prioritize their own happiness. This chunky gift book also offers space to journal so that, upon reflection, readers will be motivated to complete another good deed the next day, and the next, for a year's worth of extraordinary impact.
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Do one good deed a day for 120 days and record your progress with this cute butterfly paperback writing journal. This journal is 8x10 inches in size and can be kept on your beside table or coffee table.
When you can do only one good deed a day, you have to choose wisely. Should you save a cat in a tree or a circus on fire? Otis is cursed to do only one good deed a day, but also cursed with a strange set of super skills, which become useless once his good deed of the day is done. Can Otis overcome the stigma of a person incapable of doing more than good deed a day, win back his girl-friend, and use his super-enhanced skills to stop the chaos created by twitter flash mobs initiated by a group known as Random Acts of Evil?
Erin McHugh had spent the better part of her adult life doing community work, but in more recent years, the minutiae of life and working as a bookseller kept her busy and away from those higher impulses. Then one day she learned a distant relative was actually going to be canonized. Was this a sign? What followed next was McHugh’s sincere urge to recapture a sense of charity, and so she set out on her birthday to do one good deed every day for an entire year. Maybe she wouldn’t be saving orphans from burning buildings, but she wanted to take one small, daily detour and make someone else’s life just a little bit better. One Good Deed is the inspiring, smart, and frequently funny chronicle of that year, in which each page represents a day in McHugh’s journey to reclaim the better part of herself, inspiring readers to do the same. Praise for One Good Deed: “Her memoir will inspire you to flex your do-gooder muscle without being preachy or a Pollyanna.” –Fitness “7 Good Deeds That Could Change Your Life” —Redbook “Engaging, funny, wise, and winning. One Good Deed is a measure of humanity and of McHugh’s own striving towards it.” —Susan Orlean, author of Rin Tin Tin and The Orchid Thief “This instructive, funny, utterly relevant book reminds us that the simple (but not-so-simple) act of paying daily attention can make a profound difference—to the world around us, and to our very selves.” —Dani Shapiro, author of Devotion: A Memoir “The best book in the world...because it makes us our best.” —Nichole Bernier, author of The Unfinished Work of Elizabeth D.
A Good Deed is one of the easiest things you can do - it's also one of the most satisfying. So here's the chance to note them all down in this handy little journal. Writing down each good deed is a great way to maintain positivity and appreciate each and every positive act you make. It's also perfect for someone who wants to challenge themselves to complete their 'One Good Deed a Day'. This journal contains space for 365+ good deeds, enough for over a year's worth of entries. Each entry also allows you to enter your own date, allowing you to either complete the traditional 'One Good Deed A Day' or go at your own pace, whether it be quicker or slower. Your act of kindness could be something as simple as smiling at a stranger, or maybe you've picked up some litter whilst on a walk - it's entirely up to you! Also included in the book are pages full of Good Deed Ideas and pages for you to note down your own ideas for future use.
This is a perfect way to keep trck of all your good deeds on a daily basis, no matter how big or small. Track all you positive work every day, whether it's one good deed or twenty. If you think you haven't contributed to the world, reread your journal after filling out a dozen pages.
MYSTERY/SUSPENSE: Dr. Joe Toricelli finds himself caught in a web of illusion and deception - much of it of his own making - from which he can escape only if he personally investigates a crime the police say is already solved.
The second in the series of the adventures of Grandpa Super Bear, this book is all about how Grandpa Super Bear earned his amazing magic flying cape and fun stripy socks. Another six magical stories to inspire children to grow up to be the very best they can be with beautiful and fun full color illustrations. For children from three to eight - and parents love these stories too. Chapter headings: How It All Started Grandpa Super Bear Meets The Very Wise One Day 1 - Good Deed 1: The Field Of Fresh Vegetables Day 2 - Good Deed 2: Cleaning Up Bear Fun Park Day 3 - Good Deed 3: Rescuing The Jumbos Day 4 - Good Deed 4: Grandpa Super Bear's Lending Library Day 5 - Good Deed 5: The Thank You Picnic Party In Bear Fun Park Day 6 - Let's Go Flying Little Good Deeds For You To Do Stripy Sock Good Deed Monitor Other books in the series are: How To Be A Super Bear Missions To Other Planets
Today is Day One of the rest of your life. In this gift book devotional, contemporary singer and songwriter Matthew West reminds you that God's mercies are fresh every day. Yesterday's failures, losses, and even sins are behind you and forgiven. Each day is an amazing new gift from God and should be lived with joy, grace, and gratitude. When you do that day after day, week after week, year after year, it adds up to a lifetime of Day Ones—and the outcome of your life on earth will be a reflection of how you spent each day.
A human-trafficking case hits dangerously close to home in a heart-racing thriller by the Amazon Charts bestselling author of The King Tides. A disturbing missing-person case reunites ex-Navy SEAL Jon Lancaster and FBI Agent Beth Daniels. Skye is just one of a dozen young women who have disappeared from Florida without a trace. Beth can do more than just imagine their fear. She was a victim herself--a trauma that's strengthened her fight for justice. Then Lancaster uncovers a scrap of evidence, and the mystery begins to unravel. But the lead comes with a personal sting: the involvement of his estranged brother, Logan, an ex-con recruited into the shepherding of human trade. The only way for Logan to shed his demons is to come clean. For Lancaster and Daniels, that means being drawn, secret by secret, into a dangerous underground world. With time running out, three damaged pasts will collide; more secrets will spill; and Lancaster, Daniels, and Logan will have to fight to save themselves first if they ever hope to find the girls alive.
Judith O'Reilly, author of the hugely popular blog and book Wife in the North embarks on a year long social experiment in the witty A Year of Doing Good. Fed up of New Year's resolutions involving diets and exercise abandoned on January 2nd, Judith is attempting to be good. For one whole year. She embarked on a mission to do one good deed every day. Some called it a social experiment. At times she called it madness. Juggling family, friends and a variety of neighbours in the small Northumberland village she calls home, she recounts the ups, downs, moments of doubt and sheer bloody hard work of doing good. From the small - babysitting a friend's child, clearing up her neighbour's dead mice and feeding her friendship cake Herman the German, to the slightly larger - trying to raise £10,000 for charity with her Jam Jar Army and teaching a severely handicapped child to write - she describes what she learns along the way: that no good deed is too small and that being good makes you happy. Well, most of the time. 'A funny, uplifting and admirable book' Observer 'Banish January blues with A Year of Doing Good by Judith O'Reilly who resolved to do one good turn day. . . utterly uplifting' Woman & Home 'Fizzing with energy Judith's writing is open-hearted and funny. . . though not a guide to doing good, Judith's story may inspire you to do a little more for others this year' Express 'Glorious sincerity. . .the admiring accounts of others' lives, the detailing of the deeds gladly done or furiously resented, the unending chaos of family life - all are rendered honestly, colourfully and occasionally hilariously' Lucy Mangan, Sunday Times A Year of Doing Good inspires the reader with the day-to-day journey of meaning, gratification and joy that comes from contributing to the lives of others in so many creative ways. For those who want to put "do unto others" in the centre of their lives and reap the unexpected benefits of happiness and health, this is the book for you. Elegantly
A Day of Good Deeds, is Shari Arison's fifth book, especially for young children. It tells the story of one day in the lives of a girl and a boy, filled with good thoughts, good words, and, of course, good deeds too. The idea that flows through the book is that if we think good, speak good, and do good, our world will look different.
There are special days and even weeks set aside for practicing acts of KINDNESS. You are probably familiar with the old saying, "No good deed goes unpunished." So what do we do when good deeds don't turn out so well? It can be especially hard when we really enjoy showing kindness to others. Stephen learns all about it when he faces one mishap after another, with each and every good deed going wrong. No one would blame Stephen if he gave up, but that's not Stephen's style. However, when the biggest mishap of all his good deeds lands him in the hot seat, will he have his usual resolve to brush it off and carry on?
When a Navy SEAL and former Army Ranger rescue a wounded eagle in war-torn Afghanistan, a writer learns what it can take to do one good deed in a seemingly wicked world.