I picked this book up on a whim after reading a few pages, and it was well worth buying.
The sign spotting books collect the best examples of these intercultural gaffs, many of which are laugh-out-loud funny!
Doug Lansky is a great guy to put it all together, so we can sit and laugh our fool heads off!!
The second edition of Sign Spotting is just as hilarious as the first edition. If you need a good laugh, this book will deliver it again and again. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ila France Porcher, Author of The Shark Sessions
My children and I have a rip roaring time going through this book. We have actually started looking for signs also. Highly recommend.Published 4 months ago by Mauidreemn
Many aren't all that funny, but the thought that they actually exist is. It's amusing to try to imagine what series of snafus or mistranslations led up to them.Published 5 months ago by Dianne Taylor
I have traveled to 66 countries and I love noticing oddities in signage. The sign spotting books collect the best examples of these intercultural gaffs, many of which are... Read morePublished 15 months ago by J. Vasilius
I think this one is the best of his Signspotting books. I can read it over and over and smile each time.Published 18 months ago by kk
Knowing my love of unintentionally humorous signs, newspaper headlines, and so on, my wife bought me a copy of Doug Lansky's Signspotting 2 when it first came out several years... Read morePublished on July 28, 2011 by JPfromOH
Of the three, or at least the first three, this is the best. Just got done flipping through it, and these are hilarious. Read morePublished on June 8, 2010 by Christopher M. Fulton
I am unable to fairly review this book, as I purchased it for my 7 year old grandson who loves signs. Read morePublished on December 30, 2009 by Jasmine's mom