Help prepare your little one for the post-truth era with this alphabet book designed for a world in which facts don’t matter. Don’t let the so-called “experts” tell your baby the “right way” to spell “dog”. If you want to spell it C- A- T, go right ahead!
In this “baby’s first words” picture book designed for the post-truth era, your little one will get a head start on the skills needed to survive in a world where facts don’t matter. Is that really a picture of a cat? You decide! That’s the beauty of living in a post-truth society. As long as you believe it, your baby will too. With over thirty full color photographs accompanied by wildly inaccurate (or fully accurate – who’s to say?) vocabulary words, this book will help prepare your child for a world in which everything and nothing is true.
One morning, Jeremy Holmes’ six year old daughter told him that a reindeer with two butts was called “poo-dolph.” Jeremy laughed. His daughter laughed. Jeremy drew a picture of a two-butted reindeer. Everyone laughed. The reindeer puns and silly drawings continued throughout the day, and deep into the night. The result? A huge stack of illustrated puns that Jeremy’s daughters could color. And now, so can you! Filled with hilarious drawings as well as witty pop-culture references, this coloring book will delight kids and adults in equal measure. Written and illustrated by Jeremy Holmes.
Dolphin researcher Justin Gregg dives deep into the scientific wonders of one the world’s most-loved animals to bring you this collection of fascinating dolphin trivia. Twenty-Two Fantastical Facts about Dolphins will delight dolphin aficionados with eyebrow-raising tales, covering topics like: Dolphins use tools, Dolphins don’t sleep, Dolphins eat each other, Dolphins fight in human wars, Dolphins have ears in their jaws, Dolphins call each other by name. Written by Justin Gregg.
Science/trivia for ages 12+
Lawnteel must decide which toy to buy at the store. And soon! The shop is closing, and Mother is waiting. What to choose? A sword with a cherry red handle? A shield made of emerald and fur? Everyone is excited when Lawnteel chooses a paintbrush instead. Featuring peppy illustrations by Annie Chau, this charming book introduces young children to the idea of spending their money wisely. Written by Angus MacCaull. Illustrated by Annie Chau.
Children’s picture book – ages 3 to 5.
Lawnteel the lentil has been watching the clock all day. Boring! The town is empty, and Mother is busy. What to do? Bluuki the black bean is at the beach. Shick the chick pea is camping. When Lawnteel decides to go outside, who would have thought the answer to the summer blues would be right next door? Featuring a brand new character in the Lawnteel series, this book reminds us how sometimes all we need is an open heart. Written by Angus MacCaull. Illustrated by Annie Chau.
Children’s picture book – ages 3 to 5
A Coloring Book for Married People
A Coloring Book for Married People is a parody of a children’s coloring book, featuring illustrations and activities showcasing all that’s awesome/awkward about married life. From fighting over whose turn it is to fish the hair out of the shower drain, to coping with openly hostile in-laws, this coloring book will lift the spirits of anyone currently suffering from a bout of matrimonial bliss. Written by Ella Bop.
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A Coloring Book for Pregnant Ladies
Hey pregnant ladies! Looking for something fun to do between bouts of morning sickness or waiting for cervical effacement to kick in? Grab your crayons or colored pencils and let loose on this beautifully illustrated coloring book depicting the most precious and magical moments in a pregnant woman’s life: edema, pregnancy acne, strange people rubbing your belly, semi-hysterical husbands, delivery table “accidents,” forceps, birthing pools, and placentophagy. It’s time for creating while you’re busy gestating! Written by Ella Bop.
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A Coloring Book for New Parents
When you first hold your newborn in your arms, that new-baby smell will flood your heart with love and joy. But soon that smell will be replaced by other, less joyful smells, and your life will be utterly transformed into a daily struggle to deal with drooling, teething, pooping, peeing, ear infections, cradle cap, and unsolicited breastfeeding advice. Why not take a break from it all, grab your crayons or colored pencils, and let your inner-artist loose on some of the more memorable (and awkward) moments in your life as depicted in this hilarious and beautifully illustrated coloring book, specially created for the parents of young children. Written by Ella Bop.
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