“I know words. I have the best words,” bragged Donald Trump, while running forare you kidding me?president of the United States. Well, so do we. And they’re all here in D is for DUMP TRUMP: An Anti-Hate Alphabet26 poems and 20 original editorial cartoons about this detestable caricature of a candidate.
A... It’s animus and acrimony from appalling Donald Trump,
who ignores his better angels when he’s on the stump.
Mix affluence with arrogance. Throw in anger, too.
Stir it up. Antagonize. It’s an authoritarian stew.
Although harsh in its criticism of a narcissistic bully striving to be Leader of the Free World, this is NOT a book meant to spread hate, but rather to stop it. You can’t stop a demagogue by simply rolling your eyes; sometimes you have to roll up your sleeves.
As you roam through the alphabetB is for a bigoted bully, F is for fascist fear-mongering, M is for misogyny, N is for narcissism, X is for xenophobiayou’ll laugh, you’ll sigh, and if you’re as horrified by Donald Trump as we are, you’ll want to spread the word.
A portion of the proceeds fromD is for DUMP TRUMPwill support theSouthern Poverty Law Center,an organization dedicated to fighting hate, teaching tolerance, and seeking justice.
|Publisher:||Why Not Books|
|Product dimensions:||8.30(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.20(d)|
About the Author
Brad Herzog is the author of more than three-dozen books for children and five titles for adults, including MY MANTELPIECE, the co-authored memoirs of late civil rights icon Carolyn Goodman (with a foreword by Maya Angelou). He has written three critically acclaimed travel memoirs about his travels through small-town America. Brad's five-book nonfiction series for Free Spirit Publishing celebrates inspiring true sports stories reflecting five character attributessportsmanship, perseverance, teamwork, generosity, and courage. His series of children's alphabet books for Sleeping Bear Press include G IS FOR GOLD MEDAL, H IS FOR HOME RUN, and S IS FOR SAVE THE PLANET, which was a finalist in the National "Best Books 2009" Awards and won a Mom's Choice Award. As a freelance magazine writer, Brad has been honored several times by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), including a Grand Gold Medal for best feature article of the year. He has been interviewed on "The Today Show" and "Oprah" and has been profiled in publications ranging from People magazine to Reader's Digest. Brad (www.bradherzog.com) lives in California with his wife and two sons.
Amy Herzog is a publisher and illustrator whose artwork is inspired by the things she loves—or, in this case, a hate-fueled movement that she loathes.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Interesting that the anti-hate alphabet is full of hate.