The Blue Day Book – Bradley Trevor Greive – Thumbnail. The Blue Day Book. A Lesson in Cheering Yourself Up. by Bradley Trevor Greive. This delightful little book, with appealing photos of animals throughout and zany captions, will amuse the glummest person. THE BLUE DAY. Cover image – The Blue Day Book. ENLARGE BOOK COVER. The Blue Day Book. by Bradley Trevor Greive. On Sale: 01/04/ Format: Hardcover, eBook.

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Mar 29, Ana-Maria rated it it was amazing. As prescribed by The Blue Day Book in its delightful photo and text messages, the solution is to see each incident in perspective, recognize that our feelings of failure and loss are not unique, and acknowledge the absurdities of our existence, and glory gdeive the potential we all have. A would-be author who had almost as many rejection letters from publishers as he had birthdays, he was feeling empty, forlorn, and about to give up.

As prescribed by The Blue Day Book in its delightfu The Blue Day Book is a wonderful collection of amusing, poignant animal photos and inspirational text designed to lift the spirits of blu who s got the blues.

What happens to the people who are falling through the holes in our safety net. Because according to this book, the reason we can’t stay blue is wait for it It includes pictures of elephants, polar bears, dogs, cats, frogs and giraffes among other speciesall bearing decidedly greivve expressions or doing very humanlike things.


Once we got past those pages of sap, it was really good again. Kisses and snuggles and smooches. The photos are, although I would have preferred they shift from greyscale to full color once the mood of the book shifted, but the captions are just sort of Jul 29, Melanie rated it it was ok. Still included, of course, are the original, warm, supportive messages, humorous insights, and hilarious animal images guaranteed to raise the spirits of anyone feeling down bradlry blue.

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But that just completely ruined it for me. And because we all still have bad days now and then, the time is right for a commemorative tenth-anniversary edition of this uniquely funny, compassionate book that inspired an entire genre of uplifting gift books.

It acknowledges that we all have bad days and different things trigger them. A Trwvor in Cheering Yourself Up. Also, I don’t think that sheep was enjoying herself one bit. They may only understand some of it, but they will like the pictures. He has been bitten by wild monkeys and rabid bats and was accepted into Russia’s cosmonaut training program–though those incidents were, by and large, unrelated. The long brarley disability insurance I had through my employer was abruptly cut off a story unto itself.

The Blue Day Book: A Lesson in Cheering Yourself Up by Bradley Trevor Greive

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BTG spends most of his time in a tiny Tasmanian hamlet. The result is a quick read which, while small in stature, is blhe in hearty wisdom. Each photo bears a caption. Greive’s work has been published on 6 continents and has sold in excess of 20 million copies to date.

The Blue Day Book: A Lesson in Cheering Yourself Up

View all 3 comments. The beginning of the book is fine, but then it seems to me that the author wrote the short text to coincide with the available animal photos or so I hope.

The narrative is probably okay for btadley having a very transient crisis, if they like pop psych type books.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Avatars by Sterling Adventures. Watch the author narrate the book in the video below. Hardcover92 pages. Refresh and try again. My trevo found it on a shelf in a little gift shop in Virginia City, Nevada, and thought it would make a perfect gift for a sibling who was seriously down bradlfy the dumps. Reading it now I can fully appreciate it. I normally wouldn’t list this type of book as I “read” it in less than 10 minutes, if that, in the library.

Its vehicle is charming black-and-white photographs of animals that are strangely human and completely free of judgment or pretension.