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Library JournalHuber has been a Zen teacher for many years, but this does not feel at all like a Zen book. Huber's works—generally self-published—have always featured simple, doodle-like illustrations and a "handwritten" look, like a glimpse into a private journal—recalling the cards of Ashleigh Brilliant or a noodle-shop menu from the 1970s. This volume focuses on self-development—breaking bad habits and forming good ones—and the warmth of Huber's style and advice reinforce her message that self-acceptance, rather than self-punishment, is more likely to result in the changes we seek. For most collections.