Grandma's Dead: Breaking Bad News with Baby Animals

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Harper Collins, Nov 15, 2011 - Humor - 88 pages
3 Reviews

Avoid the messy confrontations that accompany delivering bad news personally and let one of these cute baby animal postcards deliver the devastating message for you.

Are you afraid to tell your girlfriend that her ass looks fat? Do you need to explain to your nephew that dreams don't come true? Why not let a cute, fuzzy bunny do it for you! We understand how hard it is to tell someone that you're sleeping with his wife, so let a photograph of a duckling sleeping on a teddy bear soften the blow. These perforated postcards answer all of your cowardly prayers—you'll finally be able to tell the truth without ever conquering your fear of confrontation. Let these adorable baby animals supply a silver lining to any bad situation and avoid, a long, tearful afternoon explaining why daddy's never coming home.


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User Review  - Jenf2 - Borders

This book of postcards was so funny it made me laugh so hard I cried. But in between laughter, I was having a "oh no they didn't!" receation to the situations mentioned on these postcards. Some are ... Read full review

Afraid of Confrontation?

User Review  - Zan F, Merch Team - Borders

If you have bad news to share with someone but don't know how to do it - this book is for you! Postcards of baby animals ease the pain of sending or receiving bad news. If you're lucky enough to have ... Read full review


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About the author (2011)

Amanda McCall works at The Late Show with David Letterman and is the co-author of Hold My Gold: A White Girl's Guide to the Hip-Hop World, Britney's Baby Book, and Grandma's Dead: Breaking Bad News with Baby Animals.

Ben Schwartz is an Emmy nominated writer/actor/comedian.

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