The Field Guide to White Peopleby Stephan Dweck, Monteria Ivey
In the Field Guide to White People, authors Stephan Dweck and Monteria Ivey provide would-be white-people-watchers with everything they need to know--so that even novices will be able to identify and become familiar with the eighteen most common North American breeds of white people. Each species in this handy book is identified by recognizable traits, their range, mating and child-rearing habits, things you find in their homes, and useful survival tips, and each is accompanied by a photo showing it in its natural habitat.
The Field Guide to White People is the indispensable manual for all students of white people, for those who want to be white, for vacationers from other countries, and all those who need help identifying the breeds of relatives and friends.
- Crown Publishing Group
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- 1 ED
- Product dimensions:
- 5.06(w) x 7.61(h) x 0.47(d)
Meet the Author
Stephan Dweck and Monteria Ivey are amateur anthropologists, humor writers, and comedians. Their previous books include the best-selling Snaps, Double Snaps, and Triple Snaps.
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Stephen Dweck and Monteria Ivey have succeeded in presenting a hip and irreverent look at that recently-beleaguered ethnic group, white people. While some of the content isn't appropriate for younger readers, most will find this an enjoyable and biting exploitation of stereotypes. As the authors commented, it's a book 'about white people, for white people, by black people.' Makes an awfully nice gift for the white-bread accountant in your life.