The Book about Nothing

The Book about Nothing Fans of The Book with No Pictures and A Perfectly Messed Up Story will enjoy this innovative and wildly funny read aloud from the adult humor bestselling authors of Awkward Family Photos and T Rex Try

  • Title: The Book about Nothing
  • Author: Mike Bender
  • ISBN: 9780399551093
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Fans of The Book with No Pictures and A Perfectly Messed Up Story will enjoy this innovative and wildly funny read aloud from the adult humor bestselling authors of Awkward Family Photos and T Rex Trying.This book has nothing to do with rainbows, rocket ships, meatballs, or wizards Instead, it s full of zip, zilch, diddly squat, bupkus.But don t worry, reading this book iFans of The Book with No Pictures and A Perfectly Messed Up Story will enjoy this innovative and wildly funny read aloud from the adult humor bestselling authors of Awkward Family Photos and T Rex Trying.This book has nothing to do with rainbows, rocket ships, meatballs, or wizards Instead, it s full of zip, zilch, diddly squat, bupkus.But don t worry, reading this book isn t all for nothing, because sometimes nothing is actually something.Like if you pick up all the toys in your room, what will be on the floor NOTHING When you take a bath, what are you wearing NOTHING And when you shut the lights off to go to bed, what do you see NOTHING.Mike Bender and Hugh Murphy stop at nothing to explore the key concepts of nothing and zero using playful language and hilarious illustrations.

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    1. Readers who enjoyed The Book with No Pictures is sure to find this minimalist picture book to their liking. Relying on simple drawings suffused with color, the author begins the story by listing all the elements that won't be in the book and then proceeds to explain its focus--nothing, which, if you think about it, is a pretty fascinating concept. The rest of the book gives examples of nothing, some of them quite amusing. It did bring a smile to my lips as I started thinking of all the nothings [...]


    2. A picture book that lives up to the name, this book really and truly is about nothing. It's definitely written by someone who otherwise caters to grown-ups. This could have been an interesting concept book since, well, the idea of NOTHING is actually quite fascinating. With obvious parallels to BJ Novak's The Book With No Pictures, this one came up short on humor and failed to deliver the intended message. Will probably read aloud best to the PreK set who appreciate a sarcastic grown-up's delive [...]


    3. Generally, books like this are fighting an uphill battle with me. I go in, skeptical and cranky about how lame this concept is and how it is either correctly about nothing (and is, therefore, boring) or it is definitely about something. This book was funny and was also genuinely about NOTHING! It strangely introduces a thorough understanding about what 'nothing' actually is while including both humor and even a couple of touching moments. Very surprising!


    4. Clever book that plays with the concept of nothing because creating a book about nothing leads to a book about something. It has strong graphic illustrations with interesting animal characters that readers will enjoy exploring. Print is clearly presented on the page and concepts of nothing are visually supported by the pictures. Classrooms will have fun with The Book about Nothing!


    5. Along the lines of non-traditional picture books like "The Book with No Pictures," this is another silly read-aloud for preschool to early elementary aged readers. The pictures are hard to see from a distance, though, so large groups may struggle to appreciate the book in its entirety.





    6. I think some readers will find this book funny. I didn't enjoy it, however, because the illustrations are not to my taste. I might even suggest I find them ugly.





    7. This seems like something that would have seemed a lot better when it was being pitched as an idea than the finished product ended up being. I'm not sure you could create a book with this premise that was much better than what we got with this one, but I can imagine buying into the idea that this would be a great book when all there was was a premise.


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