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It's not just bees that are busy . . .
If only animals could tell us what they really think about their lives. Adapted from the New York Times bestselling book, this planner features Brooke Barker's hilarious and charming illustrations and thought bubbles that suggest what animals might say if they could talk. Anything a duckling meets in the first fifteen minutes of its life becomes its parent: My mom might be a sandwich but she loves me in her own special way. It takes a banana slug twenty-four hours to get somewhere a block away: Just start without me, I guess. Plus, the weekly grids feature plenty of space for writing down appointments, reminders, and notes.
Printed on uncoated FSC-certified paper
About the Author
Brooke Barker is the creator of the Sad Animal Facts Instagram account and author of the New York Times–bestselling book of the same name and its sequel, Sad Animal Babies. Brooke has contributed to the New York Times, Lenny Letter, The Guardian, Cup of Jo, The Stranger, and more. Her books have been translated into nine languages and her comics have been featured in New York Magazine, Forbes, Bustle, Entertainment Weekly, Fast Company, Mashable, POPSUGAR, Parade, and The Guardian, among others. Brooke currently works as a freelance writer and illustrator.