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If You Give a Millennial a Trophy - Paperback

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If you give a Millennial a Trophy is a heart chilling story about what happens when everyone get's a trophy, and everyone is special in anyway they want to be thought of.

  • ISBN: 8675309
  • Trimsize: 7 (w) x 9.5 (h) x .25 (d)
  • Pages: 20

  • About the Book

    Newly released this year, If You Give a Millennial a Trophy, is bound to become one of the least beloved children's books of all time, probably never making it to the #1 New York Times bestselling list.

    If a whiny little millennial shows up on your doorstep, you might have to give him a trophy. And if you give him a trophy, he'll think he's special for being less than mediocre. He'll want to snapchat a selfie to make sure everyone knows how special he is, and then he'll go to Yale and get a degree in liberal arts. Never having to deal with disappointment, with a long standing sense of entitlement, when things don't go his way, he'll cry his way around his mid-term, and begin to "protest"...

    This book is a great first introduction to Millenials, the look-at-me generation... series of issues and mental illnesses that aren't PC to point out. With its despair, mind numbing and circular tale, If You Give a Millennial a Trophy is perfect for beginning realist and story time!

    Correlates to the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts

  • About the Author

    Free love hippies that raised their children afraid to spank or discipline them, wanting to be their friend more than their parent are to blame for this mess.

  • Ratings
      Murray Sax 23/10/2016

      The pictures are silly, the words were sad. It's like Shakespeare for the modern illiterate. I once had a mouse when I was a kid. Once I gave it a cookie and the darn thing never stopped pestering me after that.

      Claire Gold 10/11/2016

      I really didn't read the book, I'm holding out for the movie to be done. I'm really hoping Jerry Bruckheimer will take this on. I like blue, like the ocean. Sharks scare me. Squirrel!

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