Dating ladybird books

The Book of the Hipster pokes fun at those obsessed with obscure music, artisanal foods and vintage objects with no discernible purpose, while The Book of Mindfulness sends up an obsession with finding fulfilment and achieving ‘self-realisation’. In this way, mindfulness will have solved her work related stress,” it reads.

“Alison has been staring at this beautiful tree for five hours. Morris and Hazeley also draw on the fears we all experience as adults: fear of getting old, of not fulfilling our ambitions and of being alone.

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Title: The Ladybird Book of Dating Authors: Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris Publisher: Michael Joseph ISBN: 978-0718183578 Genre: Humour Pages: 56 Source: Personal Copy Rating: 5 Stars We all must remember Ladybird books while growing up isn’t it? So then the very same Ladybird books have come out (of course they are an imprint of Penguin Random House) with a series for grown-ups and the first one I happened to read in the series was “The Ladybird book of Dating”.

Penguin has also released Ladybird by Design, a look at the publisher’s visual history written by LCC School of Design Dean Lawrence Zeegen, and re-released some popular Ladybird titles.

Hazeley and Morris, who have worked on Charlie Brooker’s Screen Wipe, That Mitchell & Webb Look, The Armstrong & Miller Show and last year’s Paddington film, say they wanted to create a collection of books that would help adults make sense of the world.

Penguin has worked with comedy writers Joel Morris and Jason Hazeley on a collection of Ladybird books for adults, which deal with modern phenomena from hipsters to mindfulness as well as marriage, dating and mid-life crises…

The new books are part of a series of projects celebrating Ladybird’s centenary this year.


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