Saturday, April 17, 2010

No Zombies Allowed

Written by: Matt Novak

First line: Witch Wizzle and Witch Woddle were getting ready for their annual monster party.

Why you should read this book: Through a comedic presentation of the antics of stereotypically scary characters such as zombies and werewolves, this book offers small children a basis for understanding the roots of intolerance and the need for tolerance. As the two witches clean for the upcoming event, they find photos of last year’s party, reminding them of the multiple infractions and party fouls committed by their friends, who they systemically delete from the guest list. In the end, they realize that they themselves are witches, equally guilty of mischief and mayhem, and that they need to be a little more accepting of the behavior of others.

Why you shouldn’t read this book: You’re constantly adding larger and larger “No Trespassing” signs to your property.

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