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These Pima County Library book recommendations encourage gratitude

These Pima County Library book recommendations encourage gratitude

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November is a great opportunity to reflect on gratitude. When things don’t seem to be going well, it can be difficult to simply get by. Gratitude encourages positive thinking to help cultivate a better, more comprehensive perspective.

Here are four recommendations brought to you by your friends at Pima County Public Library.

Gratitude” by Oliver Sacks

365 Thank Yous” by John Kralik

¡Gracias!” by Nina Lesowitz

Thank & Grow Rich” by Pam Grout

Like these? Be sure to check out the full list at

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