While there's no way The Office has lost popularity since its conclusion in 2013 through its availability on Netflix and the various other ways to rewatch, there's about to be a brand new way to introduce the beloved series to a younger audience who might not be mature enough to handle all of Michael Scott's crude jokes. We're sure no one would ever imagine a children's book all about Dunder Mifflin would work, but now that we're getting a glimpse at it, it seems like the best idea ever.
As reported by Entertainment Weekly, a new book for kids called The Office: A Day at Dunder Mifflin Elementary is debuting later this year, which will introduce your little ones to all our favorite characters of Scranton, Pennsylvania. But they won't be the same Jim and Pam we all know so dearly--these guys are student versions, illustrated to look much more fun and cute.
The 40-page book is written by Robb Pearlman and illustrated by Melanie Demmer, and is meant for ages four to eight (although we know we'll all be reading it, too).
Pre-order A Day at Dunder Mifflin Elementary, hitting shelves Oct. 6, 2020, with this link here.
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