In this book, Anne lays out the three basic human prayers: what we say when in need, in gratitude, and in wonder. It's short, but that's a good thing for a book like this. Anne reminds me that prayer is more a part of my life than I even recognize, and this in turn allows me to be more intentional about praying and recognizing my helps, thanks, and wows.
This is a great book for a friend for whom prayer has grown stale, or for whom church and the whole religious world seems intimidating, or who simply delights in a fresh take on spirituality. Personally, I look forward to a book on what Anne calls the fourth great prayer, "Lord, help me not to be such an ass." I find myself praying that a lot.