As noted in the description, this book is less valuable than blank sheets of paper, or a busted thumb drive. There are real "Color Me!" series coloring books that have content worth purchasing and are printed on actual paper. These can be found in multiple bookstores online and through the "Color Me!" series Facebook page (facebook.com/ColorMeAdultColoringBook/).
If you are seriously considering buying this book, consider first purchasing "An Engineer's Attempt to Explain Personal Finance" for much less as it may actually help you. This book can be found online at many bookstores and through the Facebook page (facebook.com/EngineersFinance/). If you are still insistent on wasting money, first start small with "How to Waste Ten Dollars." Then as time progresses and the cryptocurrency market crashes, progress to "How to Waste Ten Bitcoins." Once you have mastered the art of wasting money, this book will be perfect for you.
If your bored, stuck in traffic, waiting for your flight to depart, or waiting for dinner to be ready, this book is FOR YOU!
WARNING: STRONG LANGUAGE
A chance encounter in an auction house is the jumping-off point for William's inimitable take on our sport-obsessed nation, Australian popular culture and the artefacts and memorabilia that both make us cringe with recognition and laugh with warm affection. His trademark humour and anecdotes litter this collection, making it a true delight.
These are truly Aussie stories: about us, and about the things - and the people - in our lives.
**Includes BONUS CHAPTERS of two William McInnes classics: A Man's Got to Have a Hobby and Holidays and an extract from his latest hilarious and heartwarming memoir, Fatherhood**
PRAISE FOR WILLIAM McINNES' WRITING
'warm, nostalgic, funny and undeniably Australian' SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
'a natural storyteller' SUN-HERALD
'If there is a quintessence of Australianness at its best, William McInnes has distilled it.' THE AGE