March 25, 2010

This Week's Greatest Children's Book Links Of The Year

Dadwagon has located The Strangest Children's Book of All Time, a 1980 Tibetan refugee's tale of psychoanalysis, as imagined by Richard Scarry's Wall Street Journal doppelganger.

Meanwhile, 10 Zen Monkeys claims to have found The Most Depressing Children's Books Ever Written. And though they have Hodgkin's lymphoma, the Rodney King riots, Buchenwald, and the collapse of the World Trade Center covered [twice!], I am pretty sure they'll need much more room on that shelf.

Surely, Sweet Juniper's got a stash of picture books of driveby shooting orphans being dragged to their checkups at the one-armed dentist's office.

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