Monday, August 29, 2011

The Creepiest Kids Books!

I'm kinda thinking these books aren't high on the reading list for my kids.

...says the furry bear with the magnifying glass.
A great gift

B is for baby
See the baby
The baby is fat
The baby is pink
The baby can cry
The baby can laugh
See the baby play
Play, baby, play.
Pretty, pretty, baby.
Mommy loves the baby more than she loves you.
All you ever wanted to know about urine. And its many uses.

With a catchy rhyme that rolls off the tongue, this book teaches about chain of events
involved in dealing crack-cocain.  Very educational!
Complete with hilarious illustrations of horses playing "drinking games and smoking games," Latawnya the Naughty Horse learns a valuable lesson about saying No to drugs. Totally inspirational if you ask me.



 
Also a fun read: Best Books To Traumatize Kids

Have you read any books lately that might fit in with this list?

13 comments:

salarsenッ said...

What fun reads!! Thanks for sharing them. :)

Slamdunk said...

Strange indeed. The pee and poop theme seems to be a prevalent one these days with kids--I am hoping for more creativity in the future.

Amie Borst said...

where do you come up with this stuff??

Matthew MacNish said...

Whoa! Are these real? Hilarious.

Bethany Mattingly said...

I haven't read it but there's a book that has a title of, "All My Friends are Dead." There's also a dinosaur on the cover. :)

Robyn Lucas said...

"The house that crack built"- LOL!!! so catchy. Guess Whitney Houston needs to read this one.

Creepy Query Girl said...

bwahahaha! Hilarious!

Jen Daiker said...

Wow that is really weird. I even read them to my husband who agreed how creepy they were. I can't even decide which one is the weirdest!

Lenny Lee* said...

hi miss rose! yikes! for sure not one of those is going on my wanna read list. ack! i cant think those are for real books.
...hugs from lenny

Pam Torres said...

I haven't seen these at all. Wierdness!

Theresa Milstein said...

Gotta love Shel Silverstein.

The rest... I'll pass.

Pee? Crack? Yikes!

Ms. Dee said...
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Ms. Dee said...

I love Gee Whiz! I used this book with a boys' low level reading group. At first they couldn't believe I'd chosen that for their reading group. Then they loved it!