Then you’re urged to rip pages out of the book, stuff them in your pocket, and pull them out to read when standing in line somewhere.
Then you get to the Preface, which is a single page entitled Preface with the words “Ha! I’m just kidding. There’s not a preface. Turn the page.”
Yeah, this book’s going to be different. Trust me, that’s a good thing.
At first glance, The Little Things by renowned author and speaker Andy Andrews appears to have, pardon the pun, little to offer. It’s just 160 pages. My hardcover copy fit into my car’s coin tray.
Before this, I’d never read any of his books, though I had heard of him. It’s hard not to have, when such works as The Traveler’s Gift and The Noticer have sold millions of copies. Andrews is known for providing great insight in a down-to-earth way.
The Little Things does it. It’s a fun ride, but the lessons he teaches are substantial.