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The popular YouTube artist and storyteller signs copies of the sequel to his New York Times bestselling The Odd 1s Out, with all new and never-before-seen content featuring opinions, stories, and signature characters.
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Order your ticket package at the bottom of the page. We'll send you an email confirmation.
TICKET PACKAGES → Ticket Package 1: $21.38 + fees: Admission for one (1) person and one (1) copy of The Odd 1s Out: The First Sequel. → Ticket Package 2: $23.38 + fees: Admission for two (2) people and one (1) copy of The Odd 1s Out: The First Sequel.
- Purchase below (at the bottom of the page).
CAN'T MAKE IT?
- CHECK-IN at will-call at McClintock High School Auditorium beginning at 6:30pm.
- SEATING is general admission.
- PICK UP YOUR BOOK at McClintock High School Auditorium on event day beginning at 6:30pm.
- EVENT GUIDELINES may be subject to changes.
- REFUNDS will not be issued within one day of the event.
Call 480.730.0205 to order a signed copy of The Odd 1s Out: The First Sequel
and we'll have it signed and reserved for you. We also ship anywhere in the US and to most international locations!
ABOUT THE BOOK
James Rallison has always felt like he was on the outside looking in. His YouTube videos are all about his "odd" behavior, and with over 13 million subscribers and millions more followers on social media, these animations have found their way into the hearts of fans who also feel like a bit of an odd one.
In this second installment in the Odd 1s Out series, James is back with characters, stories, and opinions, including:
• The upside of the robot uprising
• Questionable pizza toppings
• Strange yet completely reasonable fears
• Inventions that don't exist, but should
Offering advice on accepting your quirks and growing up in the Internet age, The Odd 1s Out: The First Sequel
is sure to be a must-have for old and new fans alike.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
has been drawing comics since he was eight years old. At age sixteen James created the webcomic The Odd 1s Out, which has expanded into a YouTube channel with more than 13 million subscribers. He lives in California.