In January, state Rep. Justin Humphrey introduced a new bill to the state legislature in a proposal to open up licenses for Bigfoot Hunting Season. The bill was met with equal parts head-scratching and chuckling, and was promoted as a way to increase tourism to the Sooner State. “It will be a great way for people to enjoy our area and to have some fun,” Humphrey said.
But not everybody is happy about the proposed bill. Namely, BigFoot himself.
BigFoot is the star of the best-selling children’s seek-and-find and activity book series by D.L. Miller. In this series, BigFoot appears in seek-and-find books such as BigFoot Goes on Great Adventures and BigFoot Goes on Big City Adventures as well as activity books such as BigFoot Fun Book.
In a comical press release from Fox Chapel Publishing, BigFoot reportedly commented before retreating into the woods: “I am adamantly opposed to the new bill. I strongly urge Mr. Humphrey to reconsider his position.”
Alan Giagnocavo, Publisher of the BigFoot series, also spoke up against the bill. “BigFoot should roam without fear,” he said. “Not only is he friendly, but he also has a wealth of information to share about the many places he visits.”
In D.L. Miller’s seek-and-find books, you can look for BigFoot in colorful landscapes while learning fun facts about the vast array of countries and continents BigFoot visits. BigFoot is happy to teach young readers about cultures, landmarks, and natural wonders of the world in his entertaining and educational children’s books.
The Sasquatch star quickly made his way into the woods after being interviewed—he was quite hard to find after that. But he left an impression on reporters with his final statement: “Why not hunt for me inside seek-and-find books instead? You’ll have much more fun looking for me from the comfort of your own living room!”
BigFoot books are available for purchase at foxchapelpublishing.com. Sapulpa Times received no compensation for this story.