Off the strength of their Yee Yee Nation, it's not outside the realm of possibilities that Granger Smith and Earl Dibbles Jr. latest venture lands on the New York Times Best Sellers List.

"It's called "If You're City, If You're Country," Granger shares in a Facebook post. "And it would mean the world to me (and Arthur...) if y'all ordered one! We spent a lot of time on this and I really think y'all are gonna love it!"

According to the synopsis, "In this illustrated book, the cartoon version of Earl walks through 50 different scenarios, comparing and contrasting how city folks and country folks do things differently. If you’re city, life usually comes with a dip in the road. If you’re country, life usually comes with a dip in the mouth. In his very first book, Earl pontificates on fast food, huntin’, fishin’, shootin’ the breeze, neighborliness, and politics (one tick is bad enough, but a pile of ‘em is a whole lot worse). He reminds us that some terms mean different things to city boys than they do to country boys. From hipsters to hip-stirs and different ways of chasin’ a buck, Earl's hilarious take on the country versus city debate will have diehard fans and new converts regularly returning for a good laugh."

As an added bonus it includes a CD with Earl reading the audio book and performing five of his greatest hits: "The Country Boy Song," "Country Boy Love," "City Boy Stuck," "Merica," and "Don't Tread on Me.

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