Everyone knows there's a gender imbalance in children's literature. From Babar to The Cat in the Hat, kids' books tend to cast put boys in the lead roles, leaving young girls on the sidelines yet again. Here are a few of the most beloved children's books of all time, reimagined to ignite the feminist motors of little girls far and wide.
As the title suggests, Go the F*** to Sleep mocks the parental frustrations of trying to lay a child down to bed. Crass in concept and execution, this is an expletive-filled bedtime story intended solely for the amusement of parents. [...]
Nobody is suggesting that there's a connection between Adam Mansbach's book and child abuse or child neglect. Still, there's no denying the reason Go the F*** to Sleep should be kept out of reach of children is because of its violent language and because of the way it demeans children.
Wait till Karen Spears Zacharias hears about its sequel, Go the F*** to Sleep, Because Sleep Is [...]