When you've had enough of the biggies and maddies and meanies and bullies and baddies and grabbies and fools .... Form a smiling mob, help people feel safe when we join together, our unique differences make us stronger. John & Janas wee playful anarchists return with a lovely and refreshing memo to their mates: Every rebellious NO! No to war is yes to peace; no to hatred, an embracing yes to love; no to being labeled, sorted, measured, ranked, and judged, an empowering yes to one's own distinctive humanity an potential agency.
Bill Ayers John Seven and Jana Christy's previous Manic D collaborations form the awesome Wee Rebel series for progressively-minded kids of all ages.
* Jaime Crespo * Brad Johnson * Rafael Navarro * Mats!?
* Sam Henderson * Gabby Gamboa * Kevin Scalzo * Kurt Wolfgang * David Choe Kapow!
In these colorful pages, happy little Gorilla Gardener shows us how, by secretly dropping seeds in sidewalk cracks to sprout flowers and green the city.
Gorilla Gardener goes even farther, building a delightful world where nature rules and humans of all ages enjoy life outdoors, while having creative fun and adventure!
Come along as the Happy Punks get ready for their big show and are joined by their friends, a collection of animals, robots, zombies, snowmen, cavemen, and more who make life in New Flip City funand who all love to dance at the end of the day! John Seven and Jana Christy's previous collaboration The Ocean Story won Creative Child magazine's 2011 Creative Child Award Seal of Excellence and was shortlisted for the 2012 Green Earth Book Award.
In Happy Punks 1 2 3 we meet each of the punks as they go through their day, explore New Flip City, meet up with their friends, and have a big party with music and dancing. "A children's book on anarchy seems somehow just right: an instinctive, intuitive sense of fairness, community, and interdependence sits naturally enough with a desire for participatory democracy, self-determination, and peace and global justice." - Bill Ayers, author of Fugitive Days Simply celebrating childhood: the joy, the wonder of discovery, the spontaneity, and strong emotions. With writing by San Francisco Poet Laureate Kim Shuck * SF Examiner columnists Broke-Ass Stuart & Kelly Dessaint * Alvin Orloff * Sylvia J.
Can we work for peaceful change and beautify our surroundings at the same time?
Dictors narrative is a raw portrait of an American underground folk-hero who stood on the barricades advocating social justice and spreading punks promise to a global audience.
Part poet, renegade, satirist, and lover, he is an authentic homegrown character carrying the progressive punk fight into the twenty-first century.
She got the respect because she was more punk than anyone in the building. Twenty years after it was first published, this intimate account follows one individuals evolution from innocent, suburban Johnny Purcell in the 60s into often fabulous, occasionally infamous, always talented Bambi Lake.
From a fantasy-filled childhood to San Franciscos queer salad days in the 70s with the gay theatrical troupes The Cockettes and the Angels of Light to the punk rock 80s and beyond, absolutely nothing is off-topic in this dramatic, revealing memoir.