This Book is Currently in the Wild!
1 journaler for this copy...
Be sure to bring your sense of humor along: this book is for any parent who has ever tried, and tried, and tried, and tried to get a child to go to sleep. Love doesn't mean you never want to scream with frustration. :p
Definitely not for kids - the F-word is used liberally, and is only self-censored on the front cover and spine.
There is a priceless (and NSFW, of course) reading of the book here (thanks to allysther for pointing this out).
Released 5 yrs ago (7/29/2012 UTC) at Dave & Busters - Ward in Honolulu, Hawaii USA
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Left on the bar so a parent could find it...for some stress relief through laughter.
Took some time to decide on a good place to leave this book since I didn't want it to be found first by a child...but my teammate agreed that this would be a fun book to use. Thanks to the ladies of TOC, who suggested the bar at D&B as a place where parents might be waiting (perhaps not too patiently) for their children. :)
Released for Vekiki's 2012 Monopoly game. For turn #9, Team Battleship landed on the square marked "fifth dimension". One of the biggest hits by the American singing group The 5th Dimension was entitled "(Last Night) I Didn't Get to Sleep at All"..so we decided to release a book about a parent who is desparately trying to convince a child to go to sleep!
Relevant lyrics: I know it's not my fault: I did my best. This heart of mine could use a rest. ;)
This book was set free to find a new reader; I'm so glad you've found it!
If you are able to make a journal entry to let me know you've found my book that would be terrific.
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In fact, there are no requirements: this is now your book and you may do whatever you like with it. You're welcome to keep it for as long as you wish, and you can even mark it for your "permanent collection"...but you don't have to.
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