Synopses & Reviews
Birds do it, bees do it. And guess what—cookies do it, too. In fact, never have a pair of gingerbread cookies looked so pleased. Yes, the Kama Sutra
meets the Joy of Cooking
. Featuring an unabashed gingerbread couple, who are photographed in unflinching full color, the Cookie Sutra
is a recipe for pleasure.
There is The First Posture, where two are yoked as one (yet the calorie count remains unchanged). The Pair of Tongs, allowing the woman to be open, free, sweet and crunchy. Pounding the Spot, requiring the suppleness of freshly rolled dough. There is Scissors, Autumn Dog, Tripod, The Wheelbarrow, The Snake Trap. And, for the advanced and adventurous, The Suspended Congress—great care must be taken lest the cookies crumble.
The "Kama Sutra meets the "Joy of Cooking. A very funny, quirky impulse gift book for lovers, bakers, and the sexually curious. Combining aspects of two of the world's all-time best-selling books--and pastimes--"Cookie Sutra is an easy-to follow photographic guide to the most pleasurable sexual positions as illustrated by a freshly baked gingerbread couple. From The First Posture (In this way the two become as one. Yet the calorie count remains unchanged.) through the moment that matters, this is how cookies rise to the occasion.
Featuring an unabashed gingerbread couple who are photographed in unflinching full color, this humorous book is a recipe for pleasure as the "Kama Sutra" meets the "Joy of Cooking."
The perfect playful gift for anyone who likes a little lead in their pencil
A clever, saucy take on the worldand#8217;s most enduring sex guide, Kama Sutra Connect-the-Dots will have readers everywhere sharpening their tools to complete the Tantric Tortoise, Fixing a Nail, the Pair of Tongs, and a plethora of other tricky positions. Readers of The Cookie Sutra and The Snuggie Sutra, as well as anyone who loves funny sex books like Fifty Shades of Chicken or Porn for Women, will declare Kama Sutra Connect-the-Dots the most fun you can have with your clothes on.
Connect-the-dots just got hotand#133;
and#160;with this amusing and arousing take on everyoneand#8217;s favorite make-out manual. Whether youand#8217;re on your own or with a partner, Kama Sutra Connect the Dots is the most fun you can have with your clothes still on. The secrets of this wickedly witty book will only be revealed by deft wrist-work, so put a little lead in your pencil and do try this at home. Partner not included.and#160;
About the Author
Ross MacDonald is a contributing editor of Virginia Quarterly Review and a contributing artist for Vanity Fair. His award-winning illustrations have appeared in the New Yorker, Newsweek, the Wall Street Journal, and Rolling Stone. He was also the subject of a one-man retrospective at the New York Times. He lives in Newtown, Connecticut.
James Victore is an independent graphic designer based in New York City whose clients include Moët & Chandon, Target, Amnesty International, the Shakespeare Project, the New York Times, and MTV. He has won an Emmy for television animation, and gold and silver medals from the New York Art Directors Club.\''