But not just any book. All books.
Here's the description from her publisher It Books, a Harper Collins imprint:
an illustrated, nonlinear diary full of humor and honesty and brimming with true stories, fictional anecdotes and life lessons.
So it's a diary, but not in order, and also there are fictional stories, but some of the stories are true, and they're funny, and there's advice, and there are pictures.
It's also a dictionary, partial thesaurus (letters A-L), collage of recipes, with an atlas component, a reverse chronological history of Bridgewater, Mass. with an emphasis on oral tradition, and it's wearable art, and it's graffiti. It's also very honest.
Amy Poehler's book of twenty-first century sea chanties and fictional non-fiction will be released in 2014.