Goodnight Bush: A Parody

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Little, Brown, May 27, 2008 - Humor - 48 pages
A brilliant parody of the children's classic Goodnight Moon, built around the coming end of the worst presidency ever.

Goodnight Bush: An Unauthorized Parody is a hilarious and poignant visual requiem for the Bush administration. In it we see a childlike George W. Bush tucked safely away in the confines of his own room with all of the toys he's willfully destroyed, abused, or defaced. Complete with a quiet Dick Cheney whispering "hush," this bedtime story lets us finally say goodnight to the disaster that was the last eight years.

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Hope and change?
Think what you will about Bush JR, but I don't believe anyone is better off with what has become Hope FOR Change. I would rather have back what we were heading for than what we have become.


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About the author (2008)

Gan Golan is a New York Times bestselling writer and illustrator. He is the coauthor of Goodnight Bush (2008) and The Adventures of Unemployed Man (2010), both with Erich Origen, and he spent many years as a grassroots community organizer and activist. He studied economic geography at the University of California at Berkeley before earning a master's degree in urban planning and international development at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As a visual artist, he has created artwork for a number of well-known musicians including Erykah Badu, Henry Rollins, Willie Nelson, Ben Harper, and Nick Cave, for which he has won several national awards.

Erich Origen and Gan Golan are writers and artists residing in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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