Bedtime Stories for Worried Liberals (Hardback)

Stuart Heritage

Funny and soothing: let Stuart Heritage tuck you in and read you a story about how everything is fine again.

Anxious? Angry? Waking up in the middle of the night to worry about plastic pollution, Brexit and why everything seems to be so horrible all the time? Thumb sore from scrolling through the Guardian news app, even though it makes you want to cry?

Us too.

But help is here, in the shape of Stuart Heritage's hilarious Bedtime Stories for Worried Liberals. Put down your phone, log off Twitter, and let yourself be lulled to sleep by stories from a world where Brexit disappears in a puff of smoke, Waitrose is free, and Fairy Godmothers look a lot like Barack Obama.

Including: The Prince Harry that Wasn't; The Three Liberal Pigs; Jack and the Sustainably Produced Meat Substitute Stalk; and The Night Before Brexmas; The Very Trendy Caterpillar; Trumplestiltskin; Camerella.

Publication date: 03/10/2019

£9.99

ISBN: 9781788163378

Imprint: Profile Books

Subject: Humour & Gift, Reference

Bedtime Stories for Worried Liberals (Ebook)

Stuart Heritage

Funny and soothing: let Stuart Heritage tuck you in and read you a story about how everything is fine again.

Anxious? Angry? Waking up in the middle of the night to worry about plastic pollution, Brexit and why everything seems to be so horrible all the time? Thumb sore from scrolling through the Guardian news app, even though it makes you want to cry?

Us too.

But help is here, in the shape of Stuart Heritage's hilarious Bedtime Stories for Worried Liberals. Put down your phone, log off Twitter, and let yourself be lulled to sleep by stories from a world where Brexit disappears in a puff of smoke, Waitrose is free, and Fairy Godmothers look a lot like Barack Obama.

Including: The Prince Harry that Wasn't; The Three Liberal Pigs; Jack and the Sustainably Produced Meat Substitute Stalk; and The Night Before Brexmas; The Very Trendy Caterpillar; Trumplestiltskin; Camerella.

Publication date: 03/10/2019

£4.99

ISBN: 9781782836063

ISBN 10 / ASIN: B07RM7Y7FL

Imprint: Profile Books

Subject: Humour & Gift, Reference

Bedtime Stories for Worried Liberals (Paperback)

Stuart Heritage

The perfect humorous Christmas gift for the snowflakes in your life

Anxious? Angry? Waking up in the middle of the night to worry about plastic pollution, Brexit and why everything seems to be so horrible all the time? Thumb sore from scrolling through the Guardian news app, even though it makes you want to cry?

Us too.

But help is here, in the shape of Stuart Heritage's hilarious Bedtime Stories for Worried Liberals. Put down your phone, log off Twitter, and let yourself be lulled to sleep by stories from a world where Brexit disappears in a puff of smoke, Waitrose is free, and Fairy Godmothers look a lot like Barack Obama.

Including: The Three Liberal Pigs; Jack and the Sustainably Produced Meat Substitute Stalk; and The Night Before Brexmas; The Very Trendy Caterpillar; Trumplestiltskin; Camerella.

Publication date: 05/11/2020

£7.99

ISBN: 9781788163385

Imprint: Profile Books

Subject: Humour & Gift, Reference

Reviews for Bedtime Stories for Worried Liberals

'The funniest book I've read this year ... Superb'

Will Storr 

'The perfect Christmas gift has been published. Guardian journalist Stuart Heritage puts a short, "snowfakey" twist on classics...130 pages of sweary funniness, aimed at the Twitterati.'

 The Herald

'No one writes about the incidentals and the characteristics of British life better than Stuart Heritage'

 Dolly Alderton

'For fun Christmas reading, I can recommend Stuart Heritage's Bedtime Stories for Worried Liberals'

John Crace The Guardian

'Laugh-out-loud'

 The iPaper

Stuart Heritage

Stuart Heritage

Stuart Heritage is a writer and columnist for Guardian, The Times, i and Esquire, and the author of Don't be a Dick, Pete. In addition to this, he has written for a range of publications and television programmes, founded and edited award-winning blogs. For two years running he was named as one of the 50 most influential emerging figures in the British media by Independent, an honour that has singularly failed to manifest itself into anything even slightly meaningful. He is going bald.