Loving Living: Some Helpful Tips For A Better World And A Happier Life

Saturday, May 31, 2008.

This episode of Just One More Book!! is dedicated to the memory of a good friend, Marcel Boudreau, a man who not only knew how to live a happy life, but helped others understand how to live their own happy lives. He made this a better world. We miss you, Marcel.

Some Helpful Tips for a Better World and a Happier LifeAuthor: Rebecca Doughty
Illustrator: Rebecca Doughty
Published: 2008 Schwartz & Wade (on JOMB)
ISBN: 0375842721

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Life is sweet and short and moves so fast, sometimes we need a cheeky little book like this to remind us to stop to live and love our lives.

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You can find the lyrics for “Everybody’s Free (to wear sunscreen)”, by Baz Lurhman, here.

5 Comments »

Comment by Helene Boudreau

May 31, 2008 @ 10:11 pm

Wow. I grew up with Marcel so I can totally understand this dedication to him.

I’ll always remember his smile. :-)

Comment by Roosevelt Pitt

June 2, 2008 @ 4:01 pm

This book reminds me of the old saying “take time and stop to smell the roses.

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Comment by Stacy

June 8, 2008 @ 7:25 pm

This book just showed up in the mail at school the other day. I love it. It really does translate well for kids and for adults, and there are so many talking points to bounce off of!

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