The Book of Awesome (Paperback)

By Neil Pasricha

G.P. Putnam's Sons, 9780425238905, 416pp.

Publication Date: March 1, 2011



Based on the award-winning 10-million-plus-hit blog, The Book of Awesome is an international bestselling high five for humanity and a big celebration of life's little moments.

Sometimes it's easy to forget the things that make us smile. With a 24/7 news cycle reporting that the polar ice caps are melting, hurricanes are swirling in the seas, wars are heating up around the world, and the job market is in a deep freeze, it's tempting to feel that the world is falling apart. But awesome things are all around us, like:

- Popping Bubble Wrap
- Wearing underwear just out of the dryer
- Fixing electronics by smacking them
- Getting called up to the dinner buffet first at a wedding
- Watching The Price Is Right when you're home sick
- Hitting a bunch of green lights in a row
- Waking up and realizing it's Saturday

The Book of Awesome reminds us that the best things in life are free (yes, your grandma was right). With laugh-out-loud observations from award-winning comedy writer Neil Pasricha, The Book of Awesome is filled with smile-inducing moments on every page that make you feel like a kid looking at the world for the first time. Read it and you'll remember all the things there are to feel good about.

A New York Times Bestseller - USA Today Bestseller - Globe and Mail Bestseller - Toronto Star Bestseller - Vancouver Sun Bestseller - Macleans Bestseller - Winner of the Forest of Reading Award

About the Author

Neil Pasricha is the New York Times bestselling author of The Happiness Equation and the Book of Awesome series, which has been published in ten countries, spent more than five years on bestsellers lists, and sold more than a million copies. Pasricha is a Harvard MBA, one of the most popular TED speakers of all time, and founder of the Institute for Global Happiness. He has dedicated the past fifteen years of his life to developing leaders--creating global programs inside the world's largest companies and speaking to hundreds of thousands of people around the world. He lives in Toronto with his wife and son.