This adorable book is all about gratitude. From firefighters to gardeners to dancers to artists, all chip in to say what they are grateful for. However, there are not real firemen and gardeners and so forth depicted. Rather, the brother-sister protagonist duo pretends to be most other people person. This hardcover book is well made with nice glossy pages. The illustrations really make this book what it is. They are clever and cute and oh-so hilarious. From the little boy running for mayor with a sign about abolishing bedtimes to the father rolling his eyes as he presents high-tea desserts to the little girl queen, this story is sure to have you giggling. The book is not overtly religious. There is a church with a steeple in the background of an image, plus a pastor who is grateful for God's Word included. However, no one religion feels pushed on the reader. This book is just a fun read for people of all ages to remind them to be more thankful for the blessings they have.