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Homer Simpson's Guide to Being a Man

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Homer Simpson's Guide to Being a Man
Book Information
Author: Matt Groening
Publisher: HarperCollins Entertainment
Published: December 31, 2004 (Waterstones.com)

Homer Simpson's Guide to Being a Man is a book written from Homer Simpson's perspective.


"Hold on to your sofas, Homer Simpson reveals all! Our favorite donut-eating, beer-swilling dad takes us on a rollercoaster journey through life as we've probably never seen it before. In the same style as the bestselling Bart Simpson's Guide to Life, this is Homer on life, the world, the universe. With more than a passing reference to donuts and beer. The Simpsons is still the most popular animated series on TV, screened by Sky and the BBC. Homer Simpson is the world's favourite dad. Matt Groening is a genius. Homer Simpson's Guide to Being a Man is a gem, an absolute must-have for every Simpsons fan and for anyone who has ever muttered Homer's world-famous catchphrase 'D'oh', eaten one donut too many or enjoyed the odd beer. That's a lot of people. In fantastic colour throughout, and packed full with Homer's uniqueness, this is a sure-fire bestseller."

Book cancellations[edit]

It was originally going to be released in October 2000 in the United States of America, but was subsequently cancelled. The UK edition was going to be available in December 2001, but was then cancelled.[1] Currently, Waterstones.com lists it as being unavailable, and lists its release date as December 31, 2004.[2]