Welcome to a new open thread we like to call “Questionable Pages from Childrens Books”
Over the space of just ONE weekend, we found some absolutely hilarious (sometimes disturbing) pages from the books we’ve been reading to our little ones.
We just couldn’t resist sharing.

We’d love to see or hear about the ones you find. I’m sure they are out there everywhere.
(or maybe it’s just because we are all a little bit sleep deprived here???)

Let us know if you think they’re funny too..

I wish my husband gave me money for clapping?

I wish my husband gave me money for clapping?

Mr Tall.......what is going on here?

Mr Tall…….what is going on here?

This is not a joke. An actual book available from amazon.com

This is not a joke. An actual book available from amazon.com

tattoos book

How about it’s the thought that counts, rude woman with tattoos?

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