29.09.09 by Jeff

An Awesome Book

Dallas Clayton just sent over my very own copy of An Awesome Book, his children’s book about the importance of dreams. He toured around reading his book to as many kids as he possible and for every book he sold, he gave one away. I have to admit I got a little bit emotional as I read it, books like this are necessary!

an awesome book by dallas clayton

Watch a video from Dallas, below!


an awesome book by dallas clayton

an awesome book by dallas clayton

an awesome book by dallas clayton

an awesome book by dallas clayton

an awesome book by dallas clayton

an awesome book by dallas clayton

an awesome book by dallas clayton

an awesome book by dallas clayton

Way to go Dallas!

Buy AN AWESOME BOOK and read it to someone now!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • bird

    illustrated childrens books are what first inspired me to dream big… wonderful story.

  • awesome.
    i need to read this

  • rama

    i couldn’t help it…just bought it. Looking forward to hearing news from the mail. :)

  • robert

    Seems great – where can i order it from germany?

  • This book has been popping up everywhere! He deserves it, : ). Nice things like this need to happen more often.

  • Vim

    Dallas Clayton is a good man for making a book like this for kids, Kids have very little inspiration these days, other authors of children’s book should follow in his footsteps and create books with imagination like this…I’ll be purchasing this book for my niece and nephew. Has Dallas Clayton created any more books?

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  • RAMA

    mi very own awesome book has just arrived to buenos aires! yeh!





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