• IN REGARDS TO PHYSIOLOGY, ANIMALS AREN'T LITTLE HUMANS
  • Brandon Stanton's new book, Little Humans, focuses on the little ones of the Big Apple
  • As Seyfarth concludes, “They’re not furry little humans. They’re just monkeys.”
  • Read more: Little Humans, which costs $9.71 on Amazon, hits stores on October 7

Little Humans

$17.99

The book, released today, includes 30 photographs taken around New York. Here are six bonus “little humans” captured by Stanton that are available exclusively on Speakeasy.

The book, released today, includes 30 photographs taken around New York. Here are six bonus “little humans” captured by Stanton that are available exclusively on Speakeasy.

Reviews

Little Humans is out TODAY, wherever books are sold

It’s a complicated way of saying what science has always acknowledged: Human life begins at conception. Nothing else will be added. Only time and nutrition are needed for a single-celled human being to become a -celled human being. As Liz said of her adopted daughter, “I believe life begins at conception. Therefore, these embryos are life. They deserve an opportunity to grow and live and be loved just as any child deserves. These are little humans who happen to be nine months younger.”