Secrets Kids Know...That Adults Oughta Learn: Enriching Your Life by Viewing It Through The Eyes of a Child

Secrets Kids Know...That Adults Oughta Learn: Enriching Your Life by Viewing It Through The Eyes of a Child

by Allen Klein

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Secrets Kids Know...That Adults Oughta Learn: Enriching Your Life by Viewing It Through The Eyes of a Child by Allen Klein

Winner of the Best New Book Award of 2017 from the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor!

Kids have a fantastic way of looking at the world, and they are often kind, curious, and completely honest about the things they experience. We tend to lose those natural traits as we get older, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In Allen Klein’s new book, people share stories of the lessons they’ve learned from children, from the hilarious anecdotes that make you think to the out-of-nowhere, insightful thoughts on modern issues. 

Secrets Kids Know. . . That Adults Oughta Learn will help you get back to your unbiased childhood mind, all the while entertaining you with the incredible things that could only come out of the mouth of a child.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781632280541
Publisher: Viva Editions
Publication date: 08/22/2017
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Allen Klein is an award-winning keynote speaker and best-selling author. He is a recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor, a Certi ed Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association, a Communication and Leadership Award from Toastmas- ters International, and he is an inductee in the Hunter College of The City University of New York Hall of Fame. He is also the author of twenty- ve books including The Healing Power of Humor, Learning to Laugh When You Feel Like Crying, The Art of Living Joyfully, Change Your Life!: A Little Book of Big Ideas, and You Can’t Ruin My Day. His TEDx talk can be viewed at https://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=rqPu52vWpJA. 

For more information about his books or presentations, go to www.allenklein.com or contact him at allen@allen- klein.com. 

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“Pretty much all the honest truth telling there is in the world is done by children.” - Oliver Wendell Holmes SR. Secrets Kids Know...That Adults Oughta Learn uncovers the secret to living a happier, more joyful life. Each chapter reveals a different secret along with a corresponding quote and illustration. Not only does this show the reader the purpose of the following chapter but it is easier to scan through and find the right secret for the right situation. Within each chapter, stories and examples are told that pertain to the secret as well as a section called "Through the Eyes of a Child" that provides jokes and other fun tidbits to share with others. For example, “Why did the raisin go to the dance with a prune? Because he couldn't get a date!” While some may seem corny, they are sure to make you smile and share with those around you. Each chapter ends with a section titled "Grow Down," where practical tips and tricks are offered to help you get in touch with the child within. With suggestions from finding ways to be fully present and experiencing everything as if it were the first time to having more fun and brightening up a stressful situation, these 18 secrets will give you a fresh outlook on this sometimes daunting experience called life. There's something sweet about remembering the way things were as a child. While you may not remember specific incidences it's easy to think about how much simpler times were back then. It's pretty often I find myself wishing things were so simple again, and truly it's often because we lose the child in us. This book helps put us back in touch with who we once were. I think this book was sweet and a nice reminder of what we miss when we grow up and become much too busy in our own worlds. If you get the chance to pick up this book, do it. Your inner child and tired, overwhelmed self will thank you for it. Quill says: Secrets Kids Know...That Adults Oughta Learn is a cute book to help remind you to stop and smell the roses.