The Tiny Book of Tiny Pleasures (Flow) (Paperback)

By Irene Smit, Astrid van der Hulst, Editors of Flow magazine, Deborah van der Schaaf (Illustrator)

Workman Publishing Company, 9780761193760, 400pp.

Publication Date: April 4, 2017

List Price: 9.95*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

A perfect gift book filled with whimsical, colorful illustrations, short lists, cheerful prompts, recipes, and fun facts, The Tiny Book of Tiny Pleasures is the sweetest reminder imaginable that it’s the little things in life that make us happy. Little things like sharing tea with a friend. An ice cream cone with sprinkles. Finding a forgotten item of clothing in the closet. The smell in the air right after a summer rain.

Created by the editors of Flow magazine, The Tiny Book of Tiny Pleasures is a celebration of slowing down and appreciating the simple moments of life—all you have to do is take notice.


 


About the Author

Irene Smit and Astrid van der Hulst are the cofounders and creative directors of Flow magazine, a popular international publication packed with paper goodies and beautiful illustrations that celebrates creativity, imperfection, and life's little pleasures. They both live outside Amsterdam.


Astrid van der Hulst is the cofounder and creative director of Flow magazine, a popular international publication packed with paper goodies and beautiful illustrations that celebrates creativity, imperfection, and life's little pleasures. She lives outside Amsterdam.


Flow magazine, created by Irene Smit and Astrid van der Hulst, is a popular international publication packed with paper goodies and beautiful illustrations that celebrates creativity, imperfection, and life's little pleasures.


Deborah van der Schaaf is a freelance illustrator who has worked for various newspapers, magazines, and publishing houses. She studied illustration and graphic design at the Willem de Kooning Academy. She lives in Rotterdam.


Praise For The Tiny Book of Tiny Pleasures (Flow)

“Thumb through [this book] when you need a reminder of all that’s good.” — Family Circle