Here at Klutz, we believe that ruling the world should be fun, effortless, and accessible to everyone - even the supremely lazy. So we broke down what some might consider an arduous process into 119 essential shortcuts designed specifically for our readers. Turns out global domination is much easier to learn than juggling. Rule the World covers fundamental ruler-y skills, like keeping tabs on everyone (shortcut #5), appearing generous without giving anything (#118), raising an eyebrow (#98), and getting someone to carry your stuff (#63). The book also comes with plenty of useful props and extras: punch-out genius glasses, appointment request cards, binding loyalty oaths, and over a bazillion dollars in cold, hard, fake cash. And since this is from the folks who brought you The Encyclopedia of Immaturity, you know it’s all in good, clean, world-dominating fun. Parents have been bugging their children to “reach their full potential” for as long as humans have been wearing socks. With Rule the World in kids’ hands, that advice just might stick. Be careful what you wish for.