Personalised The Husband Ladybird Book
- Personalise with Any Name and A Message
- New ‘How it works’ guide designed for grownups
- Understand men in this How it Works Husband Book
- Officially Licensed by Ladybird Penguin Books
- Brief and highly amusing, just like a husband
Know someone who’s getting married? Maybe you could give them this ‘How it works’ guide for a little insight on what to expect in the next 40 years. Or, provide them with modest, patronising anecdotes on male-married life, with this Personalised The Husband Ladybird Book.
Providing satirical enlightenment on the binding union we call marriage, Jason Hazeley and Joel Morris have released a vintage ‘How it works’ guide on the husband, one of eight hilarious books for grownups. The Ladybird The Husband Book plays on the style of Peter and Jane classics, meaning straight-forward reading material (just how the husband likes it).
Combined with dry, British humour and a pun on every page, this whimsical work of art revives childhood treasures - but with a contemporary twist. They’re made for grownups with brand new text and illustrious artwork collected from the stories of our childhood.
Your husband can enjoy this dewy-eyed work of observational humour and find traits of himself in every page. With heart-warming portrayals of the ‘average’ husband, you can personalise this treasure with your hubby’s Name and A Message on the opening page. You’ll find this story brief and highly amusing, just like the husband.
Your Husband Ladybird Book Personalised
You can personalise this Ladybird Husband Book with Any Name up to 12 characters and featured in the beautiful artwork. To make this gift really stand out, just add A Message on the opening page up to 80 characters.
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This book measures 124mm x 179mm x 9mm with 56 pages on exactly how a man thinks and feels – simple. Your text will be printed exactly as you have entered it, so please double check spelling, punctuation and capitalisation.