Children’s Literature Reimagined

Since we have a new crop of kids in our family, I’ve been spending more time in the children’s section of bookstores, but there aren’t many titles like these. This series of reimagined kid’s books come from the pen of San Francisco-based artist Ted McCagg, so blame him if you are offended.

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1 Response to Children’s Literature Reimagined

  1. RE: “San Francisco-based artist Ted McCagg, so blame him if you are offended.”
    I am not offended, but still think that it is pretty stupid if it is supposed to be art.
    “The Cat don’t give a fxxx”. Ha, don’t you get it.

    It is funny of course to some people. (People who dislike children.)
    I might be in the minority, but I think that this type of material may fall under the “exploitation of children” category.

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