Posted on 12/03/2018 at 01:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
Have you heard about the time that a rapper and computer programmer had lunch with the parent of a preschooler?
They watched the kid play with his food-themed alphabet flashcards and couldn’t help laughing at Q being for quinoa.
Thus P is for Pterodactyl, the so-called worst alphabet book ever, was born. And its authors are still laughing — their book has flown off the shelves since its November 13 launch date.
According to the Guardian, the first run of 10,000 copies sold out almost immediately, with another 100,000 on back order. (Yes, a reprint is scheduled.)
Read more about this surprise hit from Raj Haldar (aka Lushlife) and computer programmer Chris Carpenter here.
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