My Book with No Pictures (Paperback)
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"The Anthropocene Reviewed is John Green in his element. Based on the hit podcast of the same name, Green’s personal essays are fascinating and quirky vignettes on humanity’s impact on the world in our current geological age. He manages to transform what might otherwise be mundane factoids like the formulation of Diet Dr. Pepper and the World’s Largest Ball of Paint into profound reflections on our past, present, and future. I highly recommend listening to the podcast, as some of the essays derive from previous podcast episodes."--Reviewed by Cristina
Have you or your child ever wanted to write your own version of the #1 New York Times bestseller THE BOOK WITH NO PICTURES? Now is your chance, in this fill-in-the-blanks book that puts the power of words directly into your hands. Bonus sheet of nonsense stickers included!
Words are amazing. They can be happy or sad, serious or goofy. And some of the best words of all are the ones that make you laugh--the ridiculous, preposterous words like those in THE BOOK WITH NO PICTURES.
Now YOU can create some of those amazing words. YOU can write a book that makes grown-ups have to say silly things. Just fill in the blanks with whatever unusual, nonsensical words come to mind (or use the sticker sheet with its funny options). Then ask your favorite adult to read your book to you, and laugh and laugh at YOUR book with no pictures!
About the Author
B. J. Novak is well known for his work on NBC’s Emmy Award-winning comedy series The Office as a writer, actor, director, and executive producer. He is also acclaimed for his stand-up comedy; his performances in motion pictures; and his New York Times bestselling books, the children's book The Book With No Pictures and the short story collection One More Thing. A graduate of Harvard University with a degree in English and Spanish literature, he lives in Los Angeles, California.