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Everyone's a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too

The illustrated story of a lonely alien sent to observe Earth, where he meets all sorts of creatures with all sorts of perspectives on life, love, and happiness, while learning to feel a little better about himselfbased on the enormously popular Twitter account.Here is the unforgettable story of Jomny, an alien sent to study Earth. Always feeling apart, even among his species, Jomny feels at home for the first time among the earthlings he meets. There is a bear tired of other creatures running in fear, an egg struggling to decide what to hatch into, a turtle hiding itself by learning camouflage, a puppy struggling to express its true feelings, and many more.The characters are unique and inventivebees think long and hard about what love means, birds try to eat the sun, nothingness questions its own existence, a ghost comes to terms with dying, and an introverted hedgehog slowly lets Jomny see its artistic insecurities. At the same time, Jomnys curious presence allows these characters to...

Title : Everyone's a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too
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ISBN : 9780062569042
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 256 pages
Status : Available For Download
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Everyone's a Aliebn When Ur a Aliebn Too Reviews

  • Whitney Atkinson

    "the comforting thing about feeling lonely is that every thing that has ever existed also knows what loneliness feels like too. you may be sad because you are sad. it is ok to be sad. but if you are sad because happiness is fleeting, just remember that sadness is also fleeting too."

    This is the most wholesome book I have ever read in my entire life. It's a new favorite of all time, and definitely something I'll return to when I have anxiety. It's so BEAUTIFUL and SWEET and it's relevant and deep

  • Erica

    I am really verymuch way too old for this.

    It gave me impatience.

    However, this is something my 19-year-old niece would love. I think it should be a birthday present for her.

  • Elise (TheBookishActress)

    Guys, read this. It's like philosophy meets self help meets a whole lot of puns. Honestly, after what happened last week, this kind of short book was exactly what the fuck I needed - Aliebn is a super short, super easy read that’s also incredibly positive.

    The tone is this strange mix of nihilism and optimism that totally works, and though the book remains super light, it doesn't stray from dark stuff. I honestly feel like all my faith in humanity was saved by this one, singular book, because ho

  • Korrina  (OwlCrate)

    Surprisingly emotional, especially if you’ve ever lost someone close to you.

  • Flor

    “Look. Life is bad. Everyone’s sad. We’re all gonna die. But I already bought this inflatable bouncy castle so are u gonna take ur shoes off or wat”

    I freaking love this book, it was so beautiful and human and aliebn, a real wonder. I never thought that a book so short and filled mostly with cute drawings and quotes would make me feel so much but it did.

    It made laugh, cry, but mostly think, it’s amazing how this cutes little things have such a deep and important meaning. I think that everyone co

  • Justin

    Before picking up this book, I would highly recommend checking the author out on Twitter. I really don’t know who he is, but I heard about this book on a podcast, and it was helpful to read through a bunch of his tweets before diving into this thing. He has a unique brand of humor that may or may not appeal to you. It appealed to me for the 20 minutes or so it took to hammer through this book.

    There are lots of misspelled words. There are trees, bees, bears, flowers, and aliebns. Aliens. I don’t

  • David Yoon

    It’s hard to rate this confection of a book. It’s thoughtful and warm hearted, exploring issues around love, meaning, art, aspiration and nothingness - perfectly suited for our internet attention spans. It feels like a collection of web comics. Each page is crudely drawn as if with a thick Sharpie and typed by a fat fingered child. I liked it as a physical artifact. It’s a hefty hardback that binds cotton candy content.

    PS. Loved the nod to the Giving Tree.

  • Gypsy

    ای خدا. چقدر خوب بود! هم طنز داشت، هم نقد داشت، هم فلسفه داشت، هم داستان داشت، هم تصویرهای معرکه داشت، هم ناراحتی داشت، هم خوشحالی داشت... دلم میخواد نسخۀ چاپیش رو داشته باشم. خیلی گوگولی بود. :(