I Adulted at Work!
Essential Stickers for Hardworking and Home-Working Grown-Ups
GAMES & ACTIVITIES / Coloring Books
Feb 09, 2021
4.98 x 6.99 x 0.28 in | 0.32 lb
250 FULL COLOR STICKERS
A sequel to the extremely popular I Adulted: Stickers for Grown-Ups, I Adulted at Work! is a whimsically illustrated book containing 250 removable stickers that congratulate supposed grown-ups on a job well done…or at least a job done.
Despite official reports, most adults feel completely and totally ill-prepared to deal. With anything. They still, as purportedly self-sufficient grown-ups, look toward older generations and think, “How did they do that?” So the easiest and best way to find comfort is to look not ahead at uncertainty (or, heaven forbid, around at the chaos currently surrounding them), but to the past to their simpler childhoods. And it is with brightly colored stickers in the workplace that they will finally find peace of mind. For a little while, at least.
Filled with 250 full-color removable stickers that can be used to decorate journals, notebooks, or your lapel to proudly and publicly proclaim work life’s little victories, I Adulted at Work! is the ideal nostalgic and practical book for anyone who feels a sense of accomplishment by making it through a day on the job without calling their mother for help.
“ADULTING” STILL TRENDING: Adulting (doing grown-up, responsible things) is all the rage now for just-out-of-college kids through people in their 40s- the generations who, as children, coveted, collected, traded, and decorated with stickers.
NOSTALGIA FACTOR: This book keys into the same nostalgia-hungry demographic that prompts television and film studios to reboot and repackage pop culture properties from the ’70s-’90s.
VERY AFFORDABLE PRICE POINT: Priced for impulse buys, and formatted to pack a lot into a small package.
FUN GIFT: A great gift for birthdays, graduates, new homes, hostesses, and Valentines.
Publicity: Top Print Media: Parade, Entertainment Weekly, People Magazine, USA Today, Hollywood Reporter, Variety
Top Online Media: Mental Floss, Boing Boing, Vulture, Daily Beast, Huff Post, Gawker, BuzzFeed, NPR / Pop Culture Happy Hour Podcast and Monkey See blog