For most people, the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is probably not his shredded, rippling quads. The Democratic Socialist presidential contender's bronzed beach bod rustling against his gray suit doesn't drown out the sounds of his blistering critiques of the War on Drugs, the involvement of big business in politics or crippling student debt.
That doesn't mean there aren't Berniacs in the stands at his rallies wishing they could grate cheese on the insurgent candidate's abs. For them, there's Buff Bernie: A Coloring Book for Berniacs, by Nicole Daddona.
For $9 on Amazon.com, Bernophiles can color Sanders, his face superimposed on a totally swole, bodybuilding competition-ready physique, the color of justice and the return of integrity to American politics—whatever that color may be.