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Things to Do Before a Monday

Syd Veverka

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Full of quirk and whimsy, Things to Do Before a Monday provides 52 amusing activities to start each week in a positive and joyful way. Ranging from silly, irreverent ideas to self-improvement goals, each prompt encourages readers to shake up their usual routine with fun and attainable exercises such as volunteering at an animal shelter, cooking a favorite meal from childhood, building a pillow fort, or holding hands on a bike with a cutie. With humorous, brightly colored illustrations and inspirational actions, this little book is the cure for the Monday blues.

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