Please Don't Grab My P#$$y

Please Don't Grab My P#$$y

Through campy pop culture rhymes and beautiful oil paintings, the narrator of our book guides you though a list of things you CAN grab while offering more poetic ways to refer to a woman?s genitalia than the word ?pussy? that Trump so vulgarly used. As the narrator goes on, she lets you know more about her relatives (a reclusive aunt with a lazy eye) and her interests (Jus Through campy pop culture rhymes and beautiful oil paintings, the narrator of our book guides you though a list of ...

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Title:Please Don't Grab My P#$$y
Author:Julia Young
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Genres:Humor
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover

Please Don't Grab My P#$$y Reviews

  • Molly
    Jun 06, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

  • Bunny
    Oct 19, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

  • Hunter R.
    Jun 17, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

    The hottest review will be dropping any minute now... ...

  • Laura
    May 18, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

  • Cynthia Corral
    May 19, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

  • McKinlay Dennis
    Jul 03, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

  • Nessa
    Aug 16, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

  • Kevin Hogan
    Aug 08, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

  • Jim
    May 21, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

    The hottest review will be dropping any minute now... ...

    This type of humor is usually up my alley, but I felt like there was something lacking here. Each page is a different quip about p$$y grabbing with a fun euphemism and illustration. They were funny, but I don't think that they were enough to warrant a whole book on. Perhaps if they...

    This was hilarious and a great read. Combining poetry, humor and art isn't an easy thing but it has been achieved in Please Don't Grab My P#$$y. There are a lot of books poking fun at Trump but this felt like more. There's laughter but there is also anger within this and rightly so. I ...

    Review to be added to Amazon UK and US on 9th November 2018! I didn?t really find this book funny. Some parts were ok but the rest I really didn?t enjoy. It will appeal to some; just sadly I?m not one of them. ...

    For more book reviews check out MI Book Reviews I got an ARC of this book. I want to preface this by I have a giant sign in my office that says "grab this" and has a black cat between grab and this. It was a gift from a coworker who retired. She was amused that I would want to ha...

    I requested this book from netgalley because...look at the cover! Of course, I would request a book with that cover and title! I am usually at loss for words when it comes to reviewing poetry books, but this one was a lot easier for me. I would rather call it a "message in prose" beca...

    No, it's not funny. It's a flaming disgrace that a grown man bragged about sexually assaulting women, and (perhaps) even more shameful that when sixteen (at least) women agreed that Donnie does indeed rape women, the so called 'religious right' flocked to worship that man (who also ins...

    Overall, I liked the book. I chuckled a few times. I grimaced a few more times. The watercolor pictures were pretty, the little poems were a cute level of silly. Someone on Reddit posted that Americans are laughing to keep from crying at the state of our Democracy. This book ...

    I am not even going to thank Netgally for giving me a copy of this horrible book. It is a jump on the Bash Trump Bandwagon that I can just see on CNN. I thought this was going to be totally different than it was. I hope this book is just electronic and not on printed paper because tha...

    It?s hard to review this book. I?m thinking the the rhymes could have been better. Or funnier. Or am I just missing the point? I mean, I loved the concept of this book. And I completely agree with everything the author said. And I liked learning new terminology! I j...

  • Tori (alwaysbookphoenix) Kisamore
    Aug 16, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

  • Donna Maguire
    May 21, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

    The hottest review will be dropping any minute now... ...

    This type of humor is usually up my alley, but I felt like there was something lacking here. Each page is a different quip about p$$y grabbing with a fun euphemism and illustration. They were funny, but I don't think that they were enough to warrant a whole book on. Perhaps if they...

    This was hilarious and a great read. Combining poetry, humor and art isn't an easy thing but it has been achieved in Please Don't Grab My P#$$y. There are a lot of books poking fun at Trump but this felt like more. There's laughter but there is also anger within this and rightly so. I ...

    Review to be added to Amazon UK and US on 9th November 2018! I didn?t really find this book funny. Some parts were ok but the rest I really didn?t enjoy. It will appeal to some; just sadly I?m not one of them. ...

  • Jeimy
    Jun 26, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

  • Sarah
    Sep 02, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

  • Katie
    Jul 20, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

  • Steff Pasciuti
    Oct 20, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

  • Isaiah
    May 22, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

    The hottest review will be dropping any minute now... ...

    This type of humor is usually up my alley, but I felt like there was something lacking here. Each page is a different quip about p$$y grabbing with a fun euphemism and illustration. They were funny, but I don't think that they were enough to warrant a whole book on. Perhaps if they...

    This was hilarious and a great read. Combining poetry, humor and art isn't an easy thing but it has been achieved in Please Don't Grab My P#$$y. There are a lot of books poking fun at Trump but this felt like more. There's laughter but there is also anger within this and rightly so. I ...

    Review to be added to Amazon UK and US on 9th November 2018! I didn?t really find this book funny. Some parts were ok but the rest I really didn?t enjoy. It will appeal to some; just sadly I?m not one of them. ...

    For more book reviews check out MI Book Reviews I got an ARC of this book. I want to preface this by I have a giant sign in my office that says "grab this" and has a black cat between grab and this. It was a gift from a coworker who retired. She was amused that I would want to ha...

  • Sara M. Abudahab
    Aug 30, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

  • Hristina
    Sep 28, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

  • Liz Sergent
    Jul 12, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

    The hottest review will be dropping any minute now... ...

    This type of humor is usually up my alley, but I felt like there was something lacking here. Each page is a different quip about p$$y grabbing with a fun euphemism and illustration. They were funny, but I don't think that they were enough to warrant a whole book on. Perhaps if they...

    This was hilarious and a great read. Combining poetry, humor and art isn't an easy thing but it has been achieved in Please Don't Grab My P#$$y. There are a lot of books poking fun at Trump but this felt like more. There's laughter but there is also anger within this and rightly so. I ...

    Review to be added to Amazon UK and US on 9th November 2018! I didn?t really find this book funny. Some parts were ok but the rest I really didn?t enjoy. It will appeal to some; just sadly I?m not one of them. ...

    For more book reviews check out MI Book Reviews I got an ARC of this book. I want to preface this by I have a giant sign in my office that says "grab this" and has a black cat between grab and this. It was a gift from a coworker who retired. She was amused that I would want to ha...

    I requested this book from netgalley because...look at the cover! Of course, I would request a book with that cover and title! I am usually at loss for words when it comes to reviewing poetry books, but this one was a lot easier for me. I would rather call it a "message in prose" beca...

    No, it's not funny. It's a flaming disgrace that a grown man bragged about sexually assaulting women, and (perhaps) even more shameful that when sixteen (at least) women agreed that Donnie does indeed rape women, the so called 'religious right' flocked to worship that man (who also ins...

    Overall, I liked the book. I chuckled a few times. I grimaced a few more times. The watercolor pictures were pretty, the little poems were a cute level of silly. Someone on Reddit posted that Americans are laughing to keep from crying at the state of our Democracy. This book ...

    I am not even going to thank Netgally for giving me a copy of this horrible book. It is a jump on the Bash Trump Bandwagon that I can just see on CNN. I thought this was going to be totally different than it was. I hope this book is just electronic and not on printed paper because tha...

  • Chloe Metzger
    Aug 15, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

    The hottest review will be dropping any minute now... ...

    This type of humor is usually up my alley, but I felt like there was something lacking here. Each page is a different quip about p$$y grabbing with a fun euphemism and illustration. They were funny, but I don't think that they were enough to warrant a whole book on. Perhaps if they...

    This was hilarious and a great read. Combining poetry, humor and art isn't an easy thing but it has been achieved in Please Don't Grab My P#$$y. There are a lot of books poking fun at Trump but this felt like more. There's laughter but there is also anger within this and rightly so. I ...

  • Nazarene Static
    Jul 07, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

    The hottest review will be dropping any minute now... ...

    This type of humor is usually up my alley, but I felt like there was something lacking here. Each page is a different quip about p$$y grabbing with a fun euphemism and illustration. They were funny, but I don't think that they were enough to warrant a whole book on. Perhaps if they...

    This was hilarious and a great read. Combining poetry, humor and art isn't an easy thing but it has been achieved in Please Don't Grab My P#$$y. There are a lot of books poking fun at Trump but this felt like more. There's laughter but there is also anger within this and rightly so. I ...

    Review to be added to Amazon UK and US on 9th November 2018! I didn?t really find this book funny. Some parts were ok but the rest I really didn?t enjoy. It will appeal to some; just sadly I?m not one of them. ...

    For more book reviews check out MI Book Reviews I got an ARC of this book. I want to preface this by I have a giant sign in my office that says "grab this" and has a black cat between grab and this. It was a gift from a coworker who retired. She was amused that I would want to ha...

    I requested this book from netgalley because...look at the cover! Of course, I would request a book with that cover and title! I am usually at loss for words when it comes to reviewing poetry books, but this one was a lot easier for me. I would rather call it a "message in prose" beca...

  • Chad
    Sep 09, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

  • Montzalee Wittmann
    Jun 10, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

  • Morris
    Nov 04, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

  • Rach
    May 18, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

    The hottest review will be dropping any minute now... ...

    This type of humor is usually up my alley, but I felt like there was something lacking here. Each page is a different quip about p$$y grabbing with a fun euphemism and illustration. They were funny, but I don't think that they were enough to warrant a whole book on. Perhaps if they...

  • Kamille
    Oct 02, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

    The hottest review will be dropping any minute now... ...

    This type of humor is usually up my alley, but I felt like there was something lacking here. Each page is a different quip about p$$y grabbing with a fun euphemism and illustration. They were funny, but I don't think that they were enough to warrant a whole book on. Perhaps if they...

    This was hilarious and a great read. Combining poetry, humor and art isn't an easy thing but it has been achieved in Please Don't Grab My P#$$y. There are a lot of books poking fun at Trump but this felt like more. There's laughter but there is also anger within this and rightly so. I ...

    Review to be added to Amazon UK and US on 9th November 2018! I didn?t really find this book funny. Some parts were ok but the rest I really didn?t enjoy. It will appeal to some; just sadly I?m not one of them. ...

    For more book reviews check out MI Book Reviews I got an ARC of this book. I want to preface this by I have a giant sign in my office that says "grab this" and has a black cat between grab and this. It was a gift from a coworker who retired. She was amused that I would want to ha...

    I requested this book from netgalley because...look at the cover! Of course, I would request a book with that cover and title! I am usually at loss for words when it comes to reviewing poetry books, but this one was a lot easier for me. I would rather call it a "message in prose" beca...

    No, it's not funny. It's a flaming disgrace that a grown man bragged about sexually assaulting women, and (perhaps) even more shameful that when sixteen (at least) women agreed that Donnie does indeed rape women, the so called 'religious right' flocked to worship that man (who also ins...

    Overall, I liked the book. I chuckled a few times. I grimaced a few more times. The watercolor pictures were pretty, the little poems were a cute level of silly. Someone on Reddit posted that Americans are laughing to keep from crying at the state of our Democracy. This book ...

  • Laura
    May 27, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

  • Mrs. Europaea
    Aug 01, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

  • Mimi
    May 18, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

  • Grace
    Jul 06, 2018

    A series of poems listing other things Donald Trump can grab other than a woman's lady parts accompanied with watercolor art. The art while pretty is more serious than humorous. The concept of the book turned out to be funnier than the actual book. The part that kept me reading was see...

    I really wanted to like this book. Two comedians got together to write a book of illustrated poems saying all the things that Trump could grab instead of "my p#ssy". I like the message and the idea behind the book but the wording was clunky and many of the synonyms for p#ssy came acros...

    A cute little "poetry" book about Donald Trump and all the other things he could grab instead of a woman's lady bits. Fantastic artwork. ...

    Sadly I didn't enjoy this one at all, and could only force myself to get through half the book. It's a collection of crude little poems asking that "he" not grab us by the P. Look, I'm a pink pussy-hatted tree-hugging liberal lesbian, but this book did nothing to add to my life. Th...

    Please Don't Grab My P#$$y by Julia Young, Matt Harkins This is a book I requested from NetGalley and the review is voluntary. I loved the concept of the book and some of the poems were cute and made me smile but most were duds. I think this could have been funnier. The illustration...

    Wasn't exactly my cup of tea, but I like the theme of the book (things Trump shouldn't grab LOL) and the illustrations were really good. "You can grab your adult coloring book Your favorite crayon shade is "Caucasian" Try to color inside the lines this time But please don't grab ...

    The idea behind this picture book is much better than the finished product. Don't get me wrong, the artwork is well done, that's not the issue. The problem is in the poetry part of the book. I found the poetry a little disappointing, I didn't think it was funny, it felt as if it was f...

    While I can appreciate the message, this felt like it was trying too hard. The rhymes were forced and some stretched to the point of making very little sense. The two stars are solely for the illustrations. I was especially disappointed because the idea had so much potential. Do not re...

    The problem with humor is that everyone perceives it differently. Something that I find hilarious, others just scratch their heads at. And likewise, while others are laughing their heads off, I am just thinking, oh, that is supposed to be funny, eh? So, I think it is like this with ...

    Though I certainly agree with the message in this book, the execution falls flat. The illustrations are rendered nicely and the poems have some okay rhymes. Some of the other rhymes are very bad - I mean, rhyming "unsatisfactory" and factory"? Come on now. I wanted to like this mor...

    Let me start this off by stating I am not a Trump fan. Not at all. I most definately dislike the man. This book however, felt a bit like jump-on-the-bandwagon-and-bash-Trump. If it had been written funnier, or wittier, the authors might have gotten a thumbs up from me, but it felt a ...

    TENSION BREAKER! Really fun and cute book asking the POTUS not to do any P#$$Y grabbing. I mean, really, the fact that this book is relevant and needed should say it all... The language is a little crude, but then again, so is the POTUS! ...

    I loved the illustrations in this but that it about all, I know what they were trying to do but, for me, it didn't do it. *Huge thanks to Julia Young, Matt Harkins, Animal Media Group and NetGalley for this copy which I chose to read and all opinions are my own* ...

    How many ways can you say ?vagina?? Well, thanks to this book, I can now add a few more to my vocabulary! I enjoyed this. This is not the kind of book that you sit there and take seriously, although there is a very serious lesson to be learned here. Take it for what it is?an e...

    The thing about this book that truly gets me is that it doesn?t seem angry enough. With a completely pathetic excuse for a president (as well as a human being), the conversation surrounding his thoroughly inappropriate comments always seems to get ignored for one reason or another. T...

    I was honored to receive a free e-book ARC of this book from NetGalley and Animal Media Group. I am voluntarily writing an honest review. Ahh yes, another humorous book based on the Trump presidency. I WILL TAKE IT! I am very glad the publisher approved my request for this book. The ...

    Received via Netgalley in exchange for a fair and unbiased review Well. That was incredibly disappointing. With a title like that, with an author like this, with a subject so rife with fodder. How do you come up with this? A series of rhyming couplets, paired with per...

    I read this book via NetGalley ARC. Exactly what it says on the tin. Humorous and profane (albeit only to the extent you find synonyms for p#$$y to be profane). I enjoyed the paintings more when they were original subjects than when they were a painted replica of a photo (I'm lookin...

    *I received an ARC from netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.* This was mostly funny, though I do think some of the rhymes were a stretch. For the most part I enjoyed the random names for vaginas, though I could have done without "crusty crustacean." The illu...

    The text itself is two stars, but the paintings that accompany each rhyme is worth the extra star. As for the rhymes themselves, I am not sure if the goal was political criticism, or to show how many euphemisms for vaginas the authors could incorporate. ...

    The hottest review will be dropping any minute now... ...

    This type of humor is usually up my alley, but I felt like there was something lacking here. Each page is a different quip about p$$y grabbing with a fun euphemism and illustration. They were funny, but I don't think that they were enough to warrant a whole book on. Perhaps if they...

    This was hilarious and a great read. Combining poetry, humor and art isn't an easy thing but it has been achieved in Please Don't Grab My P#$$y. There are a lot of books poking fun at Trump but this felt like more. There's laughter but there is also anger within this and rightly so. I ...

    Review to be added to Amazon UK and US on 9th November 2018! I didn?t really find this book funny. Some parts were ok but the rest I really didn?t enjoy. It will appeal to some; just sadly I?m not one of them. ...

    For more book reviews check out MI Book Reviews I got an ARC of this book. I want to preface this by I have a giant sign in my office that says "grab this" and has a black cat between grab and this. It was a gift from a coworker who retired. She was amused that I would want to ha...

    I requested this book from netgalley because...look at the cover! Of course, I would request a book with that cover and title! I am usually at loss for words when it comes to reviewing poetry books, but this one was a lot easier for me. I would rather call it a "message in prose" beca...

    No, it's not funny. It's a flaming disgrace that a grown man bragged about sexually assaulting women, and (perhaps) even more shameful that when sixteen (at least) women agreed that Donnie does indeed rape women, the so called 'religious right' flocked to worship that man (who also ins...