By Cory Doctorow at 6:31 am Tue, Nov 29, 2011
Tor.com has a gallery of pages from the Star Trek Book of Opposites, a board-book for little happy mutants featuring illustrations from the original Star Trek series.
Star Trek Book of Opposites
Clever idea. But if they don’t use pictures of the half-black/half-white–half-white/half-black aliens for something, it’s crap!
Here’s my contribution:
Worth it just for the photo of Shatner on the cover, by the looks of things.
OK, one more.
Dang, I could do these all day.
OK, last one and then I really have to get back to work.
I think the better question is, would this book instill fear for people to wearing red?
Now when can I get a book of Star Trek memes to accompany this?
I had a copy of this book in my hands just two days ago. If you *must* have it and you’re in SF, it’s probably still at the Readers Bookstore in Fort Mason (check the kids book section). All proceeds from books go to support the SF Public Library.
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