People often ask whether they should use Koenig’s made up words in real life.
He says yes, because all words are made up in the beginning.
He also quotes lexicographer Erin McKean: “Anybody who’s read a children’s book knows that love makes things real. If you love a word, use it—that makes it real. Being in the dictionary is an arbitrary distinction; it doesn’t make a word any more real than any other way. If you love a word, it becomes real.”
This past Sunday, February 22nd Japan celebrated its 27th annual Cat Day, a national holiday alternatively (and awesomely) referred to as “Nyan Nyan Nyan Day.” People in Japan often celebrate this cat-tastic day by posting photos and videos of their cats for each other to enjoy and, of course, singing the praises of Maru, still one of the world’s all-time cutest cats. Japanese food and craft blogger Caroline celebrated by baking and decorating these six incredibly kawaii kitty-shaped éclairs. They’re each so adorable, we aren’t sure how she was able to eat them.
Ok so I looked up that UFO book and it turns out there is indeed an entire series of books like this
Not only about UFOs and space but anything relevant and important, ranging from science, religion (lots of Paganism and spirituality), culture, evolution, alchemy, art, nature and sacred geometry and then some
^ these are just a few.
They’re basically little handbooks that will give you a run down on each subject, but still being highly informative. They have customizable box sets, but you can also get bind-ups where multiple books of relating subject matter have been combined into one big book
AND they have coloring books which have recently become popular due to their therapeutic nature and memory/concentration enhancement. Plus cool designs!
Also look at this sick Venus poster
I’m really excited about this and now I want to collect all of them. I think they’re very useful for people new to certain subjects. So, I wanted to share!
Here is their official website and you can also find their books on Amazon.