So Many Me’s Neasi 2003 Submitter: Apostrophes don’t make plurals. (Apostrophe’s don’t make plural’s?) Perhaps the scariest part is that not only did this get published, we’ve had 2 copies in our Early Reader collection for 12 years! Yikes. Holly:
Brian Was Adopted Sanford 1989 Yet another Doris book for your consideration. This time we have 8 year old Brian who was adopted from Korea by the creepy family with the disturbing head shapes and cult-like demeanor. I am sure
Redneck night before Christmas Davis 1997 Submitter: Between the eerily disproportionate illustrations and the highly questionable content, I think this is one of the best books I’ve found in our collection. Santa in camouflage with “Bless the NRA” on his cap
My Friend the Enemy Sanford 1992 I know you have been waiting for this moment. Many people have said how much they need to actually SEE this particular book from our ever burgeoning collection in the Doris House of Infamy.
The Worst Person’s Christmas Stevenson 1991 Submitter: This is quite possibly the most depressing Christmas book ever. The worst person, or “the worst,” as he is often referred to throughout the story, hates everything. And his neighbors are thoughtful, inviting
Crazy Alphabet Cox 1990 Submitter: Here is a seriously politically incorrect ABC book! The story builds so each phrase is repeated as you add the next letter. So, you would be saying “H is for the hand that held the
Cinderella Wegman 1993 Submitter: I can’t believe this book. I literally did a double-take when I saw the cover, and as I flipped through it, I began to wonder what made the library purchase this book in the first place.
Chilly Billy Mayle 1983 Submitter: I found this rather bizarre children’s story accidentally miss-shelved in our easy readers. Chilly Billy is a small little man that lives in a refrigerator. The story recounts his many adventures roaming around vegetables, training