A lucky charm you can read, The Good Luck Book is a delightfully uplifting collection of quotes, stories, anecdotes, parables, tips, customs, rumors, and facts about good luck and how to get it. There's "Why We Knock on Wood," from our pagan tree-worshipping days. The 52 luckiest days of the year. What to do to bring good luck to a new house. Why horseshoes, rabbits' feet, four-leaf clovers, and whisbones are lucky. Seven time-honored ways to improve your luck, and six common anecdotes to bad luck. Plus, how to change your luck at the card table, charms and rituals used in love, and why people rub other, lucky people for good luck.
Sharing some of the finest, funniest, and truest things ever said about luck, this book inspires even the unluckiest person to persevere. 84,000 copies in print.