Written by Don Morley
Illustrated by Don Morley
List: $16.95; 120 Full Color Pages
From Hippies and Rednecks, to Geeks, Yippies and Soccer Moms, Don Morley takes a humorous look at the human “sub-species”.
People are funny, we’re all funny. Just take a peek inside at our origins, reputations, vises, pet peeves, driving ambitions, favorite foods, TV shows and our heroes. It’s enough to make anyone laugh.
Discover how the clothes we wear, the cars we drive, the unique lingo we speak and our choice of food, habitat, entertainment and even our politics and religion define who (or more specifically, what) we are.
Whether you use this book as a field guide while “people watching” or play the game with each other, this is great fun. With 7 families of humans and 25 individual species you can peg anyone, I guarantee it, even yourself.
And finally, consider our destiny. What happened to the Beatniks, Hippies and Cowboys? Are they still with us, or have they died out and gone completely extinct?
Find out… in the Human Guide of North America.
Currently Out-Of-Print but we have three copies.
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If people watcher was a profession Don Morley (Square) would be at the top of the field. It’s been a favorite pass time for Don and for many years he’s often said “wouldn’t it be great to write a book about how fickle and funny we humans can be, nobody has presented a side-by-side comparison of all the popular personality types.”
Don brings unique experience as a 10-year veteran producer of social event and corporate communications videos. Working from behind the camera Don has had the privilege of interviewing and videotaping young actors and actresses, brides and grooms, families & workmates, middle managers, entrepreneurs, presidents and CEOs of multi-billion dollar institutions.
Prior to producing videos Don started his career as an electrical/electronics engineer working for such companies as Electro Voice and Boeing. Being an analyzer type of personality, Don was born with an insatiable desire for gathering and organizing raw data, and in 2005 he began research for The Human Guide of America. It took 5 years working in his spare time to complete the book and illustrations.
In addition, Don has completed a Human Guide board game for which he is now looking to license to a manufacturer and turn into a mobile app. Don has plans for a Human Guide TV game show, Broadway play, and movie.