Publisher description for Tomorrow / Bradley Trevor Greive.
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Bradley Trevor Greive?s inspirational humor books are the luminous ?little gems? of today?s book world. His small-format volumes are refreshingly original creations, driven by innocent (and often hilarious) animal images combined with just a few well-chosen words of text on each page. Yet, judging by their international best-seller status, with five million copies sold in 31 countries to date, his ?simple? tomes touch readers in a giant way.BTG?s latest addition, Tomorrow, will extend his remarkable reputation for creating profound books from life?s most basic and enduring questions. Tomorrow picks up where The Meaning of Life left off, reflecting on staying sane in a world of change, conflict, confusion, and seeming madness. More than dealing with change, though, Tomorrow advises readers on how to maintain their footing and optimism even when the very ground seems to shift beneath their soles. New and old fans alike will instantly identify with BTG?s inviting format and probing insights. It is impossible to read this little book without smiling and laughing out loud.Tomorrow?s topic undoubtedly resonates with seriousness and concern. But BTG?s magic includes his proven ability to mix universal themes with fresh perspectives and howlingly funny photos of animals both in and out of the wild. From a truly bizarre-looking baboon to a tiger that abhors lemon drops, the animal personalities in this book act as irresistible partners in delivering the author?s message to the very heart of the reader.Tomorrow will be here before you know it. And when this keepsake book arrives, it?s guaranteed to draw in this author?s legion of fans, those masses hungry for its message of hope who happen to be animal lovers, too. Tomorrow is the perfect gift book for our time and is sure to be another big BTG winner.
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