Dirty Library: Twisted Children's Classics and Folked-Up Fairy Tales
Mary Dauterman, Peter Antosh
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ARE YOU MY BABY DADDY?
Based on the popular blog of the same name, Dirty Library reimagines 45 classic children’s books and gives them a delightfully raunchy and hilarious new spin.
Titles include: Where the Girls Gone Wild Things Are • Handjob and Gretel • Puss in Booze • If You Give a Mouse a Roofie • Are You My Baby Daddy? • and more!
But it didn’t help me to keep them down.” —Theo, 24, picky eater “Getting your children drunk is a great way to get them to eat their spinach.” —Brandy R., teenage mother Puss in Booze Puss the tomcat’s swashbuckling adventures are long behind him: His fur is mangy, his belly sags, and his arthritis keeps him from getting into his world-famous boots. Now he’s spending what’s left of his nine lives sitting at the bar getting drunk as fuck. But if you can catch him when he’s slightly sober, he
the Golden Keg A fraternity buys a goose to be its house mascot, and the frat brothers are delighted to discover that it produces the most wonderful beer, one red Solo cup after another. The fraternity brothers assume the bird must be filled with beer, and, in an effort to get drunk faster, they unwisely cut open the bird, mortally wounding the goose who laid the golden keg. About the Author: A. Soph is the pen name of a brother in the Tappa Kegga house. He is also the author of Keg Stand: My
Huffer Clifford the Big Rabid Dog One Fish, Two Fish, Dead Fish, Blue Fish The Indian Comes Out of the Closet Five Little Junkies Jumping on the Bed Where the Girls Gone Wild Things Are The Pervy Little Puppy Are You My Baby Daddy? The Ugly Duckface Little Boy Blue Balls If You Give a Mouse a Roofie Alexander and the Total Fucking Bullshit Hungover Day Little Whorehouse on the Prairie Good Lord, Moon! The Giving and Receiving Tree Bi-Curious George Sweet Valley Gets High Thomas
pioneer daughters, desperate to find love and earn a little money the old-fashioned way. So when a new frontier army outpost brings unexpected business to the Ingalls household, the good times roll and bring acres of laughs! Reviews: “And you thought modern bras were hard to get off.” —Washington Post “Pioneer life sure sounded hard.” —Ms. Ratherbottom, first-grade teacher “Oh, how I long for a Prairie Home Companion.” —Walter, Pioneertown reenactor “It’s fun to imagine Michael Landon
standards as an educator and it would be ridiculous to think that anything I did in the classroom had any influence on this naughty book that they’ve written. Surely the adult magazines I kept in my desk had nothing to do with it. (They weren’t supposed to see those!) Or the times I got a teensy bit angry and threw my stapler, or when the police handcuffed me and took me away in the middle of class. Those were isolated incidents and I’m sure that I only had a positive impact on the growth of