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The Aggretsuko Guide to Office Life - cover

The Aggretsuko Guide to Office Life

Sanrio

Publisher: Chronicle Books LLC

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Summary

A colorful guide to office life as written by the beleaguered twenty-five-year-old red panda and star of the hit Netflix show. 
 
Aggretsuko may seem like just a cute, endearing, little red panda, but under the surface, she’s also a fed up office worker who’s tired of being pushed around and ready to snap. In this helpful handbook, she offers tips on how to deal with annual holiday parties, avoid colleagues after hours, circumvent oversharing coworkers, and most importantly—how to RAGE (preferably in heavy-metal karaoke sessions). Featuring art from the popular videos and Sanrio products combined with sidebars and prescriptive tips, this book is a must-have for anyone who needs help staying sane from nine to five.
Available since: 10/23/2018.
Print length: 95 pages.

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