The publisher describes it as "a fun-packed guide to all things silly", combining Hill's "trademark wit and hysterical words" with "his original artwork throughout".
They explain: "From drawing a moustache on a potato to putting stick-on eyes on a postbox to walking backwards for the day, this book will keep children engaged for hours and has everything they need to know in order to put down their phones and be as silly as they like!"
Hill says: "Life can be serious and I want to provide some joy and light when children might need an antidote, so I'm thrilled to be announcing this new book - a whole year of silliness! Every day something silly to do. Throw down that smart phone and join in the fun."
Publishing director Denise Johnstone-Burt said: "I laughed out loud when I first read Harry's hilarious text matched with his brilliant illustrations and knew instantly that this was the perfect book for children today. Full of utterly silly things to do, Harry's truly original take on the world will remind them how to have fun and forget their cares, not just once but every single day of the year."
Pre-orders are expected to be opened early in 2024.
How To Be Silly Every Day Of The Year is a fun-packed guide to all things silly.
From drawing a moustache on a potato to putting stick-on eyes on a postbox to walking backwards for the day, this book will keep children engaged for hours and has everything they need to know in order to put down their phones and be as silly as they like!
Comedian Harry Hill's trademark wit and hysterical words will be complemented by his original artwork throughout.
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