1001 Ways to Be Kind


This book is not yet published, but will be available from July 2024.

ISBN: 9781641709019 Category:

Dallas Woodburn


With 1001 acts of kindness in 25 categories, this book brings people together, ignites conversations, and creates connections in our fast-paced world
So often we feel weighed down by problems at home, hassles at work, or the issues facing society. Imagine instead feeling empowered, optimistic, and purposeful about intentionally taking tiny steps to make the world a kinder place. 1001 Ways to Be Kind is a fun, dive-in-anywhere book with 1001 acts of kindness broken down into 25 different categories, from everyday kindness to kind acts for children to do and kind acts to do on your lunch break. Graphically designed in full color, each section provides ideas, motivation, and hope. Immensely giftable AND actionable, this is the book our world is yearning for right now—a little book that could spark a big movement—touching people’s hearts, building bridges across differences, and making our world kinder, week by week and reader by reader.

Additional information

Weight 160 g
Dimensions 10.9 x 10.8 cm
Publisher name ABRAMS
Publication date 28 July 2024
Number of pages 128
Format Hardback
Dimensions 10.9 x 10.8 cm
Weight 160 g


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Dallas Woodburn is an award-winning author of fiction, nonfiction, and plays; an in-demand book coach; and host of the Thriving Authors podcast. She has helped dozens of women around the world write and publish books inside their hearts. She once spent an entire year doing a unique act of kindness every week and chronicling the journey on her blog. Dallas’s debut novel, The Best Week That Never Happened, was the Grand Prize Winner of the Dante Rossetti Book Award for Young Adult Fiction. She is also the author of the novels Before & After You & Me and Thanks, Carissa, For Ruining My Life, and the short story collections Woman, Running Late, in a Dress and How to Make Paper When the World is Ending. A former John Steinbeck Fellow in Creative Writing, Dallas has received the Jefferson Award for community service, the international Glass Woman Prize, and four Pushcart Prize nominations. Her short stories have appeared in ZYZZYVA, the Nashville Review, Louisiana Literature, North Dakota Quarterly, and many other journals, and her nonfiction has been published in Family Circle, Writer’s Digest, The Writer, Los Angeles Times, Modern Loss, and more than two dozen Chicken Soup for the Soul books. Her plays have been produced in New York City and Los Angeles. Dallas lives with her family in the San Francisco Bay Area in a comfortably messy house with overflowing bookshelves.