A Million Smiles

101 True (well, mostly true) Smilemaking Stories

Non-Fiction - Memoir
198 Pages
Reviewed on 06/28/2015
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Reviewed by Vernita Naylor for Readers' Favorite

Life brings its own ups and downs. We are all faced with several challenges and during these times we need a lift. A Million Smile: 101 True (well, mostly true) Smilemaking Stories by Peter Hartjens is the answer. Peter has compiled a group of stories about various aspects of his life from grandchildren to grandparents, all designed to put a smile on your face. A Million Smiles: 101 True (well, mostly true) Smilemaking Stories by Peter Hartjens adds that spice of life through laughter with the funny stories being told. The beautiful photos and the colorful, fun layout added to this book help you to embrace the characters associated with the stories. Laughter and a smile offer positive results ... from great health and less stress to lack of worry lines on the face.

A Million Smiles: 101 True (well, mostly true) Smilemaking Stories by Peter Hartjens is a great collection of stories. As I read the stories, I loved how the characters appeared to come off the pages and sit with me in my living room and we had a good laugh. Here are some of my favorites: Warning Labels – some men are like mattresses and should come with a warning label; Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid; and Beating Around the Bush. If we stop and just live life through children they would make you laugh. In A Million Smiles by Peter Hartjens, you will see that not only do children do funny things, but the way that they process things they see makes you chuckle as well. If you are looking for a good laugh, pick up A Million Smiles: 101 True (well, mostly true) Smilemaking Stories by Peter Hartjens.