Chances are you've encountered a curious child before—tugging on the bottom of your shirt, looking up at you with wide eyes, eager to ask an adorably cute question. And chances are you've wanted that child to shut up.
That's because kids like these inevitable ask questions like“Where do babies come from?” “Why is the sky blue?” "How come buttholes smell like poop?" (okay, maybe not that last one). But in an age where there's Google, Siri, Alexa and Ask Jeeves (google it), why are these pint-sized dweebs still bothering you?
That's why you need this book.
Dumb Answers to Kids’ Questions provides unexpectedly humorous and visual answers for adults to enjoy.
If you’re thinking, “There's tons of books out there that've focused on the common questions that kids ask, so who cares", then you’re being a bit of a prick, but you're also right. The difference is none have poked fun at how mind-numbingly annoying these questions truly are. Dumb Answers to Kids’ Questions isn’t afraid to face this head on, with a combination of written and visual answers that will make parents laugh, and soon-to-be parents cry.
- Professionally printed
- Hardcover casebound
- High-quality smyth-sewn pages
- Layflat binding
- No gutters on spreads
- 104 pages
- 6 x 8 inches
I'm no Skeet Ulrich, but according to Google, I'm the second most famous "Pierre Chan". I'm also a Vancouver-based writer of grocery lists, craigslist posts, angry emails and one fart book—although my paycheque comes from being a writer at one of Canada's biggest ad agencies.
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Risks and challenges
- Postal strike
- Zombie apocalypse
- Y2K 2.0
- Trump vs Kim Jong-un
- Net neutrality
- (40 days)