Monday, January 11, 2010

Oh, the awesomeness of it...



My friend B sent me the link to the coolest blog I have ever seen!

Not that I don't love all of you...but keep in mind where this is coming from. Or, as B wrote, "I thought you would find this interesting. It's children's books that are a bit twisted. You like children's books and you are a bit twisted (I mean that in only the nicest way) so it seems to be a good match."

This can't possibly be real! But if it is....wooooooooooot!

And if so...how come I've never seen these before? How the hell did they get PUBLISHED? And why hasn't anyone gotten any of them for me? I obviously need to go on ebay.

13 comments:

Lynn said...

That IS a cool website and I love the observation that there is no explanation for the man losing his head. :)

Ily said...

How cool is THAT?? I love the "I Know an Old Lady" story...but I'd like to know why Pinocchio isn't in the boner books(?). ;)

Anil P said...

Thanks for the link, it's a very interesting website.

We never got to see much of Dr. Suess out here. The illustrations are wonderful.

Riot Kitty said...

Lynn: I loved that - and the way he got his head back!
Ily: Hahahaha! I didn't think about that.
Anil: Thanks for stopping by! I have actually written about Dr. Seuss quite a few times.

LL Cool Joe said...

Love the illustrations.

Darth Weasel said...

that is awesome! those are totally you

The Peach Tart said...

What a fabulous website. Clever idea.

Granny Annie said...

I hope it is not too late for me to start a children's book collection!

Green tea said...

OMG I love it...
I am passing this on to my twisted family members. :D

Riot Kitty said...

Joey: I know, right? I wish I could draw.
D: I *think* that is a compliment.
PT: I still haven't stopped laughing.
GA: It's NEVER too late!
GT: You're in good company :)

Fireblossom said...

The grammar book is so insipid! I love it!

JLee said...

hahaha...I love it! They said "boners" hhehehehehehe

Pouty said...

I visited the blog and ended up subscribing to it. Dr. Seuss is the author of the Boners series. In one he said: "A census taker is a man who goes from house to house increasing the population." Great find!