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The Yellow Car: How I stopped driving myself…

The Yellow Car: How I stopped driving myself crazy

by Toni Powell

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Late one night in a quiet suburban street, a yellow car drove into my life and changed it. This is the story of what happened... The Yellow Car shares Toni's "suburban epiphany" and how it helped her change from an anxious worrywart into someone who now drives on the sunny side of the street. A fun and light-hearted read, sprinkled with delightfully quirky illustrations, The Yellow Car will appeal to readers of all ages. This "insightful, freeing and funny" true story offers a fresh perspective on not sweating the small stuff. It is the perfect gift for friends or family members who are stressed, feeling down or generally driving themselves (and others) crazy - delivering a simple but powerful technique for change in an easily accessible style. The Yellow Car is a beautiful fusion of wisdom and whimsy; self-help and parable; autobiography and picture book.… (more)

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