While completing her purchase, she noticed the books that Amazon says are frequently bought along with Braun’s book.
Microcrafts by Margaret McGuire, which is described as a “step-by-step instructions for making tiny teddy bears, little ladybugs, petite porcupines, itsy-bitsy bikinis, and much, much more! Microcrafts shows crafters how to create dozens of miniature treasures, each no larger than a spool of thread.”
Negropedia: The Assimilated Negro;s Crash Course on the Modern Black Experience by Patrice Evans. The product description states that “Patrice Evans is The Assimilated Negro, a hyperobservant, savagely pop-savvy instigator bent on pranking the crap out of our modern racial discourse.”
Yeah. I can see where these books might fit well with a book that’s description reads like this:
“Goldilocks is walking through the woods one day when she comes across the three bears’ cozy cottage. Inside she finds three delicious bowls of porridge cooling on the table. What will the bears say when they return to find that she has tasted every one? Sebastien Braun brings this much-loved traditional tale to life in a simple retelling for the very young. The second title in the Story House collection, this is the perfect introduction to a timeless classic for the very young.”