[twitter]I have Neil Pasricha‘s Book of Awesome next to my bedside. It’s my therapy. My om. My chance to take pause, read a page or two, and remember what is awesome.
The simplest bits of life are what we need to celebrate, and Pasricha’s Awesome series has done just that. His latest, Awesome Is Everywhere, is a children’s book meant to spread his awesome message to kids.
I often say having children is a chance to reboot our lives. It’s a chance to forget about the complications and cynicism of adulthood and indulge in simple pleasures; joining your kids on a playground, singing silly songs, playing old board games of your youth, believing in Santa.
Ask any parent and they will tell you having children is awesome. But what do the kids think?
In celebration of Pasricha’s new book and The Awesome Project (see below), I asked Zacharie a simple question: what is awesome?
[infobox title=”THE AWESOME PROJECT”]Buy your first book with Kobo* before November 30 and Kobo will donate $5 to First Book Canada as part of #BooksToKids, helping children in need get access to new books.
When you create a free Kobo account, you also get a $5 credit. That’s awesome.
* Only new Kobo customers who sign up through the kobo.com/awesome landing page and purchase a book before November 30 will be eligible for this offer.[/infobox]
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