Funny Book for Little Kids Helps Real OnesS

Done in the style of a toddler's first book, "A Gamer's Alphabet" pairs letters and important words from video gaming. And, seriously, profits from the sale of this clever gift go to help kids suffering from a rare epileptic disorder.

The cause is "Marissa's Bunny," which seeks to support families and spread awareness of infantile spasms, a serious pediatric epileptic condition that causes seizures and leaves small children facing a life of physical and/or mental disability. All profits from the sale of "A Gamer's Alphabet" by the good contributors of Fazy Luckers, go to Marissa's Bunny, which you can learn more about here.

Here, you can order the book and preview a few pages from it. The softcover is $20.95, the hardcover edition is $30.95. If it looks right for the little gamer in your family, or for a big gamer who needs a grin, know that you're giving to a good cause in the process.

A Gamer's Alphabet [Fazy Luckers via Hawty McBloggy]