In the meantime he hastily wrote a book of poetry entitled "Reflections" but was renamed before it went to press in 1923 as "Day Dreams" It was an instant hit and sold many copies. It was published in Great Britain also in 1923 but with a bold blue cover. The contents were exactly the same as the American version.
In 1924 when Monsieur Beaucaire was released in London, the press book for the film shows that they released a paperback version of Day Dreams as a promotional tie in to the movie.
Both the blue hard cover as well as the paperback edition are much harder to find and on the collectors market are more valuable than the red covered American version.
Blue hardback edition, and paperback version of Daydreams
Page from the 1924 press-book for Monsieur Beaucaire