I'm So Full of Happy Today
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I'm So Full of Happy Today

The Hygge Wisdom of Children

By Martin Andersen, Moira Tuffy
• Co-author Martin Andersen has won Rising Star Inventor of 2012 and Toymaker of the Year 2014 for his board games. • In the grand tradition of “Kid’s Say the Darndest Things” which sold 250,00 copies, for a new generation • The book with a major “awww factor,” these quotes from real kids cover every topic and run the gamut from fall-down funny to wistful to sweet and even kind of genius

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