Little Humans

Little Humans

Book rating: 02 Hardback Farrar, Strauß and Giroux

By (author) Brandon Stanton

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  • Publisher: Farrar, Straus & Giroux Inc
  • Format: Hardback | 40 pages
  • Dimensions: 234mm x 234mm x 5mm | 363g
  • Publication date: 1 November 2014
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0374374562
  • ISBN 13: 9780374374563
  • Illustrations note: Full Colour Photographs Throughout
  • Sales rank: 3,698

Product description

When Brandon Stanton started a photography project in 2010 to capture the extraordinary in everyday New Yorkers, he didn't realize it would take off almost overnight. He now has over three million dedicated followers from all over the world who can't get enough of HONY. In this heartwarming and hip photographic picture book, Brandon's lens is trained on the littlest humans of New York - the ones who get back up when they fall, who have an impeccable taste in fashion, and who love with all their hearts. With spare text and a mix of all-new exclusive photos and fan favourites, Little Humans is sure to appeal to fans of HONY and those who have yet to discover it.

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Author information

Brandon Stanton studied at the University of Georgia and worked as a bond trader in Chicago before founding the "Humans of New York" blog in the summer of 2010. His first book, "Humans of New York," is a #1 "New York Times" bestseller. His photographs have appeared in "Vogue," "The Wall Street Journal," and "The Atlantic." David Karp, the founder of Tumblr, called "Humans of New York" his favorite Tumblr blog. Brandon Stanton lives in Brooklyn, New York.

Customer reviews

By Staho 29 Oct 2014 2

I bought the book expecting it to run along the same tracks as 'Humans of New York', ie a combination of pictures and quotes.
It doesn't: In this book, the reader doesn't learn anything about the pictured person. There is no quote or background information.
There is, however, a bit of text underneath most of the pictures (e.g. �???�??�?�¢??Little humans can do such big things!�???�??�?�¢??). Personally, I could have done without that.

The pictures per se are lovely as always, but I'm not sure another book was really called for. Personally, I wouldn't bother again.

Review quote

"This vivid collection underscores both the diversity and commonality among children, and may well inspire readers to imagine the lives of and stories behind each child." - "Publishers Weekly" STARRED REVIEW