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Reviewed by M.B. Wells
100 Things to Make You Happy by National Geographic is a book to make you happy and it has tips to help you stay happy. This book shows that being happy isn't effortless. The book has fun facts and things you could try to make you happier. This book also has some funnier things and some more serious things.
I like 100 Things to Make You Happy because it can help when you are angry, sad, or frustrated. It is also simple to read and has fun pictures to keep you entertained. I like this book also because you can read it over and over again and each page isn't a sequel to the past page so you can flip to wherever you want without missing out on something.
I would rate this book 4 out of 4 because it is simple to read with fun pictures, and it can also help you when you're down. It can also help when you need a little laugh. You could also read this book if you are stressed about something.
Check out AOM Bookshop at the Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration on
July 20-22, 2018 at the Indiana Convention Center. We will have games, prizes, books, an author signing an a backpack/school supply giveaway
Limited backpacks and supplies will be given away. Get your ticket online at Eventbrite.
100 S. Capitol Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46225
Authors / Publishers
AOM Bookshop has author signing spots available for the slots above. Author slots are $30 for 1 hr. and $25 for each additional hour. 3 hour max. per day. The author is responsible for bringing their own books.
Author slots and times are on a first come first come basis. Contact us via the contact form, phone or DM.
Can't make it to the Indianapolis Black Expo Summer Celebration? We can still get your marketing and product materials in front of the audience. Purchase a sponsor package and send your materials to participate.We look forward to seeing you this summer for a fun-filled weekend at the Indiana Black Expo.
This is our first film titled, "Birth of a Bookshop". The silent film was a great way for us to show about the start of our shop. It's a little corny, but the real story of selling books on the street and in flea markets is all true. Enjoy.