This Beautiful Day

Daily Wisdom from Mister Rogers

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By Fred Rogers

Introduction by LeVar Burton

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Daily wisdom from Mister Rogers to help you make today a truly beautiful day

This Beautiful Day gathers the most trusted advice and insight from Fred Rogers’ work into a collection of 365 daily reflections. Every page is an invitation to generosity, compassion, and joy from Fred’s warm voice, his dearly loved work on Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, and his timeless insight, all which have shaped the lives of countless children and adults. 
With advice on everything from navigating transitions to nurturing community, Rogers’ words of wisdom are a gentle reminder to move through the world with wonder, embrace what makes us unique, and show up for our neighbors. Our days are filled with ups and downs, unexpected challenges, and beautiful moments, but, regardless of what each day may hold, This Beautiful Day is a kind reminder from a beloved neighbor that, "you don't have to be anything more than who you are right now."
This Beautiful Day is part of The Day by Day series, a collection of books designed to help readers infuse the rhythms of their lives with meaning and intention. Our lives are built by small choices, tiny moments, and quiet thoughts—The Day by Day series is a gentle way to choose those moments and begin to build a life you love. 


On Sale
Dec 3, 2024
Page Count
384 pages
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Fred Rogers

About the Author

Known as "America's Favorite Neighbor," Fred Rogers dedicated his life to serving children through public television as creator, composer, and host of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood. He studied at the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Child Development and was ordained a Presbyterian minister, with the unique charge of working with children and families through television. Fred Rogers' relentless commitment to all that is best in people led to an astonishing array of honors, from induction into the Television Hall of Fame to the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Fred Rogers passed away in February 2003.

Mister Rogers' Neighborhood first debuted in 1968 on PBS and for over 50 years has defined television at its finest.

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