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Attaboy at the SFMOMA and more!

Learn more about Atta's first foray into bizarre story-telling book for kid-ults which features hugging cacti, zombie clowns, monster love poems, sock magnets, and hamster faced children here and click here to see some selections from the book and complete signing/reading schedule as well as a larger version of the above portrait by Purebred.


Learn more about Atta’s first foray into bizarre story-telling book for kid-ults which features hugging cacti, zombie clowns, monster love poems, sock magnets, and hamster faced children here and see below for some selections from the book and complete signing/reading schedule. Above portrait by Purebred.

Sacramento, CA 7PM!
Sacramento’s finest designer toy emporium hosts the first reading and signing of Attaboy’s new book in California!

8/6/11: The Escapist http://www.escapistcomics.com/

3090 Claremont Ave, Berkeley, CA 94705 at 7PM!
Book Release and Attaboy Reads and Signs at Berkeley’s amazing new book store.

8/7/11: SFMOMA http://www.sfmoma.org/exhib_events/events/1930

151 Third St., San Francisco, CA 94103 Reading is at 11:30 Signing is at 12:30!
Book Release and Attaboy Reads and Signs at the SFMOMA! This will be a reading followed by a signing, as part of their family activities day. More information to be updated soon.

8/11/11: Meltdown http://www.meltcomics.com/blog/

7522 Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 7 PM
Los Angeles’ raddest comics emporium and nerdist hangout hosts a book launch/reading/signing event! Meet Attaboy, get a strap on mouth! Surprises abound!

8/12/11: Sweet Breams http://www.sweetbreams.com/

San Rafael CA 7PM

Attaboy Reads and Signs at the most interesting shop in San Rafael reknown for its tastiest Japanese desserts! Eat a chicken and waffle flavored fish and hear stories of hugging cacti and sock magnets!

8/13/11: Books Inc., Alameda http://www.booksinc.net/Alameda

1344 Park Street, Alameda CA 2pm
Attaboy hosts an afternoon story time type thing with the new book.



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