Go the Fuck to Sleep, You Have to Fucking Eat & Fuck, Now There Are Two of You
Go the Fuck to Sleep is currently in its 25th printing and has sold over 2 million copies worldwide; it was translated into over 35 languages, including, most recently, Vietnamese!
2020 and 2019 were two of the strongest years to date for sales of Go the Fuck to Sleep—so clearly it shows no signs of slowing down.
The second book in the series, You Have to Fucking Eat, has sold roughly 200,000 copies, and the most recent one, Fuck, Now There Are Two of You, has sold roughly 30,000 copies.
Each release in the series (including the children's editions, Seriously, You Have to Eat and Seriously, Just Go to Sleep) has helped to increase the sales on the original edition and we are confident there will be strong sales of the box set that will only help to increase the awareness of the individual books as well.
50,000-copy first printing.
Box set will also include a bonus sticker
As always, Mansbach will be hugely active in promotion.
Since the release of Go the Fuck to Sleep, Mansbach's profile has only increased: Super High, a forthcoming film from New Line starring Andy Samberg, Craig Robinson, and Common is based on a Mansbach story; Mansbach will also cowrite the screenplay
In 2020, Mansbach teamed up again with Samuel L. Jackson for both a Biden campaign ad on voter suppression and a PSA on the pandemic, "Stay the Fuck at Home."
Adam Mansbach: Adam Mansbach is the author of the #1 New York Times best seller Go the Fuck to Sleep, the novels Rage Is Back, Angry Black White Boy, and The End of the Jews, (winner of the California Book Award), and a dozen other books, most recently the best-selling A Field Guide to the Jewish People, cowritten with Dave Barry and Alan Zweibel. Mansbach wrote the award-winning screenplay for the Netflix Original Barry, and his next feature film, Super High, starring Andy Samberg, Craig Robinson, and Common, is forthcoming from New Line. His work has appeared in the New Yorker, the New York Times Book Review, Esquire, the Believer, the Guardian, and on National Public Radio’s This American Life, The Moth, and All Things Considered.