Inappropriate Books Written For Children
Inappropriate Books Written For Children
The Awareness News Project posted a video to Facebook exposing an inappropriate “children’s book” called “Do you want to play with my balls.” The video shows each page of the book. On one of the pages it talks about putting balls in your mouth.
See video below:
After seeing the video, I decided to look it up on Amazon. And sure enough, it is a book intended for children. The description of the book on Amazon reads:
Every now and then there comes a book that awakens the spirit of childlike joy and laughter in young and old alike. Do You Want To Play With My Balls? is just that kind of book, full of innocence and irreverence, and sure to make every member of your family vomit with glee. At once shockingly direct, unabashedly sentimental, and totally asinine, Do You Want To Play With My Balls? is a visually stunning treat, embellished with brightly colored images by award winning (**) illustrator Santiago Elizalde. It’s a book for all occasions: baby showers, birthday parties, bed time readings, brisses… No coffee table, nursery, or kindergarten is complete without a copy. Go ahead, read it to the kids! They’ll love it, but won’t have a clue as to why you’re turning blue with laughter!
I continued to look for more inappropriate children’s books and I found a few more.
In another book, called “The Big Black Cock” the description reads:
Nothing is more heartwarming than seeing innocent little children cuddling animals What is more heartwarming than looking at children cuddling with animals with happy expressions on their faces. This book was inspired by the reality of life where bigger is always better. Please exercise discretion when reading it to your children.
Another book named “Put Tony’s Nuts in Your Mouth” is a series of 5 books written by Bimisi Tayanita. In a description for “Put Tony’s Nuts in Your Mouth” it reads:
“Put Tony’s Nuts in Your Mouth” is the fourth of five books that make up Season One.
Curious but not concerned as to where they would sleep that night, Bimisi Tayanita and Sumguyen Bangladesh aimlessly meandered down the cobblestone calles of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. As the sun dipped into the Pacific they found themselves sequestered by a weathered native nut peddler (presumably named Tony) who mimed towards his cart and through guttural broken English encouraged them to “Put Tony’s nuts in your mouth…” 60 pesos later, as a cold cerveza complimented the first of Tony’s nuts, pen was put to parchment and book four of season one came to be.
The five books included in the Reach Around Books Season One Box Set include: Suzy Likes to Look at Balls Come Swing with Us! Spank the Monkey Lends a Hand Brenda’s Beaver Needs a Barber Put Tony’s Nuts in Your Mouth!
Through the timeless power of double entendre, Reach Around Books will have the reader in tears of laughter while to any juvenile listener they are completely innocent. If you are offended by humor, don’t buy our books. If your kid is offended by our books, that implies they understand terms only found in the Urban Dictionary™…You failed as a parent long before Reach Around Books came into your life.
The other books by Bimisi Tayanita are “Suzy Likes to Look at Balls,” Spank the Monkey Lends a Hand,” “Come Swing with Us!,” “Brenda’s Beaver Needs a Barber.”
The publishing company that publishes this filth is owned by Bimisi Tayanita and another woman named Sumguyen Bangladesh. Their publishing company is named Reach Around Books.
On their website under “about” it states:
Bimisi Tayanita is Indian (feather not dot).
Sumguyen Bangladesh is Indian (dot not feather).
When they met they figured they might as well team up, them both being Indian and all. After the “teaming up” they decided as long as they were teamed up they might as well have a purpose, and that purpose might as well be introducing the world to a series of hilariously inappropriate children’s books.
Join in the fun as Reach Around Books takes you on a journey through their ill-advised and half-drunken misadventures…
On Bimisi Tayanita’s Facebook page, her bio reads:
Join in the fun on my journey through ill-advised and half-drunken misadventures…
On one of Tayanita’s posts, she posted a video and wrote:
Yep…This commercial is selling kid’s books. How cool is that?!?
Here are a few more posts from Tayanita’s Facebook page:
Article written by Deplorable Kel
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