How to Make Your Baby an Internet Celebrity (Paperback)

Guiding Your Child to Success and Fulfillment

By Rick Chillot, Dustin Fenstermacher (Photographs by)

Quirk Books, 9781594747397, 128pp.

Publication Date: September 30, 2014

List Price: 12.95*
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Description

In the twenty-first-century economy, there’s only one way to guarantee your child a bright and happy future: make that baby an Internet celebrity. But how? In How to Make Your Baby an Internet Celebrity, you’ll learn to assess your baby’s best attributes (is she smarter than a chimp?), assign a compelling screen persona (clumsiness = on-screen gold), and plan the ultimate viral Internet video. Make your baby an Internet celebrity . . . because the world needs cuteness now more than ever!


About the Author

Rick Chillot is a former baby and current writer and editor at Quirk Books. He has contributed to such magazines as Psychology Today, Parenting, Mental Floss, and Prevention. In his twenty-plus years in publishing he’s interviewed about a jillion scientists and doctors and therefore had no need to consult any for this book. Dustin Fenstermacher is a photographer whose work has appeared in the New York TimesVice, the Village Voice, Washington Post Magazine, and a litany of other publications.


Praise For How to Make Your Baby an Internet Celebrity: Guiding Your Child to Success and Fulfillment

“...anyone who’s a fan of The Onion will totally eat [this] up... Pick up this book now and give it to the first new parent you see.”—RedTricycle.com

“Finally, a comprehensive guide to getting a positive ROI on your infant! Absolutely hilarious.”—Bunmi Laditan, author of The Honest Toddler: A Child's Guide to Parenting

“Stuffed full of laughs masquerading as tips and advice hiding as jokes. How to Make your Baby an Internet Celebrity shares dozens of wacky (but legit) hints for parents to optimize their baby's adorkable charms online. I don't know where else you can find this sage advice.”–Heather Gibbs Flett, co-author of The Rookie Mom's Handbook and Stuff Every Mom Should Know