A hilarious picture book companion to I Don't Want to Read This Book by actor Max Greenfield.
We all know kids who carry a book everywhere they go. Kids who can't stop reading, even if it's long after bedtime. Kids who love nothing more than sitting quietly in the corner, turning page after page...
This book is a love letter to all the other
kids. The ones who wouldn't dream of asking for a book as a present. The ones who unwrap the box hoping to find anything—a dog, a skateboard, even socks—besides a book.
Packed with clever, fourth-wall-breaking gags from Max Greenfield (New Girl
) and eye-popping art from New York Times
bestselling illustrator Mike Lowery, this ideal read-aloud may not wag its tail or come with wheels, but it's sure to have even the most reluctant bibliophiles laughing all the way to the end.
October 18, 2022
Preschool - 3
Max Greenfield is a New York–born actor who is best known for being interrupted by his two beautiful children, Lilly and Ozzie, as he writes this bio. Max tries to tell them that this is important and to please leave him alone, but neither child believes this, as they are certain that Mommy is the one with more important things to do and Daddy just acts silly on TV sometimes. He is the author of I Don't Want to Read This Book
. Follow him on Instagram @iammaxgreenfield.
Mike Lowery is an author and New York Times
bestselling illustrator who has worked on dozens of books for kids. Some of his favoirites are The Gingerbread Man is Lost
series by Laura Murray and the Everything Awesome
series which he also wrote. He likes to collect weird facts and other bits of knowledge and he draws them every morning in his sketchbook. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and two kids. You can visit Mike at mikelowery.com and follow him on Instagram @mikelowerystudio.
Praise for This Book Is Not a Present:
“Rollicking good humor and the celebrity shine of the first book will ensure that this book is requested over and over again.” —School Library Journal
“Joke-filled . . . Boisterous . . . Goofy.” —Kirkus Reviews