Spread meaningful kindness every day with these anecdotes and actions that can help bring change to our lives, our relationships, and the world.
Practicing kindness is an essential step in helping to repair a world that has grown to be more divisive, lonely, and anxious than ever.
"This book is fierce love in motion."
Frank Thoms went to the Soviet Union not to judge but to learn. As a result, he gained the trust and confidence of the people he befriended--and discovered much about himself.
This beautifully illustrated and joyful tribute celebrates famous friendships (both real and fictional) and proves that there is no relationship more important than friendship.
Our best friends are our soulmates. They understand us when no one else does, lift us up, and bring out the best in us.
A close friendship is one of the most influential and important relationships a human life can contain. Anyone will tell you that!
"Human, touching, and hopeful, Beth Evans provides an empathetic guide to navigating some of life's universal challenges." —Sarah Andersen, author of Adulthood is a Myth, Big Mushy Happy Lump, and Herding Cats
At twenty-one, Evelyn is na ve about life and love. Raised in a small Montana town, she moves at age sixteen with her devout Catholic family to California. There, she is drawn to Latino culture when she works among the migrant workers.
A New York Times Book Review New and Noteworthy Selection.
"A booster shot of wisdom when we need it most."--Alan Alda"Cold Moon knocked me on my ass then held out its hand and hauled me back up, tossing me into the brawling fray, joyous and more hopeful than ever." --Paul Harding, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Tinkers
After being plagued by tall tales and mean girls as a girl, Laurie spends decades stuffing her feelings down with food and chasing blue-sky romance, convinced that the worst possible outcome for her life would be winding up overweight and single. When middle age hits and that's exactly what happens, she must learn to look inward for love, answers, and the courage to change her mind.
A thoughtfully researched, movingly presented dual-biography of two iconic American writers, each trying to find the ideal friend with whom they could share their journey through our imperfect world.