From the look on Caron's face -- and especially her cold, dead eyes -- we're not so convinced that she actually enjoys kindergarten. And is that a giant alien clown invading a farm in her drawing?
If you look closely at the little drawings on the cover, you'll see that this little girl is indeed very bad. She's doing cartwheels and throwing punches at some other little girl! Our only question is, does the story encourage good behavior or bad because the cover definitely makes it looks like the latter.
Why would any kid want to read about getting their tonsils removed? The actual surgery is scary enough as it is! The freaky nurse and Jack & Jill aren't exactly helping things, either.
Our first question is, why does Jerry get his own book? He must be one special kid to have the cover all to himself as he paints a distraught woman. Such talent. Jerry will go far in life.
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Is it just us or does this little girl not look too happy about being in that garden? Perhaps she was trapped in there and is just now escaping.
These twins look like they have seen stuff. Everything from their dolls to their facial expressions are exactly the same and it's creeping us out. And what's up with that ominous title? Whatever is going on with these girls, we're pretty sure we never want to get on their bad side.
Apparently Linda so much more important than her younger sister that we're not even going to mention her name. Imagine being a little sister and having your parents hand you this book. We're guessing there were plenty of tears shed over this one.
We are completely confused by this one. Did someone take the baby? Did the baby go back to the hospital? Is the baby playing hide-and-go-seek? Did the baby die? Whatever happened to the baby, it looks like this creepy little girl knows.
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We're baffled as to how this title ever made it to the shelves. We don't even want to know what this story is about. Just on the cover alone there are way too many negative stereotypes being depicted.
First off, Doctor Dan does not look old enough to be called a man. Second, why isn't this story called "Doctor Danielle?" GIRLS DO THINGS, TOO! Lastly, why is Doctor Dan bandaging a doll who looks creepily similar to Danielle? So much WTFness here.
It's never too early to be a mommy! At least, that's the message we're getting from this cover. We can just imagine every mothers' delight when they found their precious little girl reading this book and asking how they could become a little mommy.
We're not sure how we feel about this book. Sad? Confused? Upset? Whatever it is we're feeling, we better destroy it now before things get out of hand.
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The house looks like it's about to crush this little kid who's just standing there, begging for his life. Welp, you should have thought about putting your sneakers away the first time the house ask you to.
What kinds of things? Whether this book was written by a creep or not, this title should never have made it to print. Children may be oblivious to the double-meaning behind "doing things" but the picture of the girl holding onto the boy pretty much cements it for any adult.
There's a Little Golden Book cover with a girl reading a Little Golden Book with a picture of herself reading that Little Golden Book on it. Just thinking about it makes our heads hurt. Perhaps this is where they got the idea for the movie "Inception?"
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