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This image shows the front cover of the gift book, Chasing Dreams: How to add more daring to your doing, written by Kobi Yamada. The cover has an illustration by Charles Santoso of an adorable raccoon reaching for a butterfly fluttering into the sky.

Chasing Dreams


Chasing Dreams

How to Add More Daring to Your Doing


The Details

Written by Kobi Yamada

Illustrated by Charles Santoso

The words in this adorable all-ages picture book are here to awaken the dreamer in all of us. They are reminders of the magical way dreams create opportunities, stretch horizons, and give us a glimpse into our vast potential.

A follow-up to the bestsellers Finding Muchness and Feeling Grateful, this third addition to the beloved book series offers timeless nuggets of wisdom about risking failure to chase all we hope for. Featuring sweet, meticulous illustrations of an adventurous raccoon, with cameos from the bear cub and duckling duo from the companion books, each page is filled with beautiful reminders of the wonderful places our dreams can take us:

Your dreams are counting on you. Your future is asking you to believe, to be brave, to make it happen. The most important part of realizing a dream will always be the dreamer.”

“Don’t wait until you’ve achieved your goal to be proud of yourself. Be proud every step along the way.”

“When you open your heart to a dream, love, hope, and excitement rush in.”

6.625" W x 8.25"H
Page Count
48 pages

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  • Who It's For

    Perfect for ages 99 and under, the magical simplicity of this book will inspire readers of all ages to embrace bold thinking, set goals, overcome obstacles, and take on new challenges.
  • Design Details

    The intricate pencil drawings have a delicate, energetic, fine art quality—bringing a wonderful balance of playfulness and sophistication to each page.
  • Why We Love It

    Share these empowering sentiments with a friend starting a new project, a graduate ready to take on the next adventure, a loved one starting a new job, or a coworker who is transitioning to a new position.