Let's Be Weird Together: A Book about Love

By Brooke Barker and Boaz Frankel

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Description

Conversations made up entirely of inside jokes. Netflix passwords, bizarre dreams, even French fries, all shared without a second thought. From husband-wife team Brooke Barker and Boaz Frankel, here's that rare relationship book that captures the rituals and mini universe (Population: 2) that a couple can create together, in a sweet, small package with all the humor, charming illustrations, and endearing quirkiness that makes their It's Different Every Day Page-A-Day Calendar and Barker's New York Times-bestselling Sad Animal Facts each cult favorites.

Celebrating the uniqueness that makes each person, and each relationship, special, Let's Be Weird Together includes a humorous timeline of how a loved one's oddball habits go from annoying to swoon-worthy over time. Illustrations celebrate the Tiny Acts of Heroism you do for your #1 person--like saying you're full when there's only one bite of cake left, so they can enjoy it. Plus, fun facts on the habits of lovesick animals (they're just like us ): Bowerbirds collect blue items to impress mates. Perfect for Valentine's and anniversary gifts, it's a hip, not-at-all saccharine way to say, "I-love-you-slash-I-love-being-weird-with-you "

Product Details

Price: $12.95  $11.91
Publisher: Workman Publishing
Published Date: December 10, 2019
Pages: 112
Dimensions: 6.3 X 0.5 X 7.2 inches | 0.66 pounds
ISBN: 9781523507733

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About the Author

Brooke Barker and Boaz Frankel are a two-person creative team and also happen to be married (to each other). Brooke is the author of the New York Times-bestselling book Sad Animal Facts and its sequel, Sad Animal Babies, and Boaz is a filmmaker, writer, and talk show host. Together they're the creators of the It's Different Every Day calendar. In 2015, Brooke proposed to Boaz at a Dairy Queen in Portland, Oregon, and now they live in Pittsburgh.