Happy Punks 1 2 3: A Counting Story [Hardcover]

Happy Punks

Happy Punks 1 2 3: A Counting Story [Hardcover]

Great Books Since 1984

There are a few things Bob and I have had to adjust to since becoming parents but the main one is not being the carefree concert going cool cats we liked to believe we were as ‘kids’.  We met when I was the tender age of 15 when I myself rocked out in several bands some heavily influenced by punk.  Bob (and myself included), is a huge concert fanatic and loves to talk about some of the awesome concerts he got to attend including the original line-up of the Ramones.  Yeah, that ship has sailed temporarily, but we still love to play and keep music alive in our house and look forward to the day where we can take the kiddos to their first concert.  Bob is always proud when Brooke declares she likes some of the songs we spin, like Iggy Pop (that craze went on for weeks) or her favorite punk song at the moment ‘Beat on the Brat’.  To combine our love of music with an educational counting book seemed a little unreal and one I had to check out right away!  We were not disappointed!

Happy Punks 1 2 3: A Counting Story is about colorful and exciting punks living and thriving and learning in New Flip City.  At the end of the day, all the residents of New Flip City (including robots, caveman and zombies) dance to their favorite music.  In this fun and creative book, we follow the Happy Punks throughout the day while they hang with friends, party and teach the importance of numbers up to twelve.  Interesting?  Yes!  Educational?  Yes.  Fun?  Definitely.  Happy Punk parents will give this book two thumbs up!

Happy Punks 1 2 3: A Counting Story [Hardcover]


List Price: $ 15.95 (Currently on sale for $12.88 through Amazon.com)

3 thoughts on “Happy Punks 1 2 3: A Counting Story [Hardcover]

  1. Funny about the things that change when you have kiddos and the way you can find to tie that life back in with your new family life! 🙂 Our girls are 4 and 5 now and think concerts are super cool – we go to outdoor festival concerts so we can see different bands and it usually isn’t too loud for them 🙂

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