***Note: I was given a free copy in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.***Friendship (Think Happy Club, #1) by Anne Saucer, Grace Snoke
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Think Happy Club is a series of books that are handwritten and drawn. In the first book of the series, the authors focus on friendship. The book includes fun ways to make sure you keep your friends as friends forever.
This book was very cute. Even though the cover makes you believe this is a children’s book, it’s also aimed at teens and adults. Each illustration included is adorable and the handwritten words give you tips on how to keep a friendship strong. Many things include putting away the electronics as a way to keep in touch and just do so in person. Go out and have fun!
As someone who has few real friends, it’s a great reminder to keep the few I do have close and not take a single one of them for granted. The ones that stick with you through everything are worth their weight in gold.
If I had to come up with a negative on this book, it’s purely based on its length. It has 27 total pages including the cover. While the illustrations are great and the words heartwarming, I personally felt it should have been a lot longer if it was aimed at an adult market. However, as a cute, motivational book, it hit the nail on the head.