Lisa’s Parents Fight Sanford 1989 Looking for a cute bedtime story for the kids? Here you go! You might recognize the author: one of our favorites and creator of this site’s best post to date: Satan for Kids (and the
Please Come Home A child’s book about divorce Sanford 1985 Subjects like death and divorce are not exactly my favorite topics for a children’s book, but I do get requests for them often enough. Do they magically heal? No, but
I Can Say No A child’s book about drug abuse Sanford 1987 There I am, casually wandering through the catalog and this book rings a bell. I am sure I have heard of the author and illustrator. I take a
Don’t Make Me Go Back, Mommy: a child’s book about satanic ritual abuse Sanford & Evans 1990 Ok, ok, you begged for more pictures from this book, so I’ll give you a few more. Yes, I believe this is the most
Don’t Make Me Go Back, Mommy: A child’s book about satanic ritual abuse
Sanford & Evans
Submitter: “I give thee the most awful library book ever. Seriously. I found this little gem a few years ago doing a project for a young adult class and ILL-ed it from [a seminary!] … but 89 libraries have it in WorldCat, mostly public! Not only is the subject horrible, but the storyline is jumbled, and the pictures are cheeeeeesey colored pencil.”
Holly: This is unbelievable. There is truly a book for every subject, isn’t there? Well, if your community has a problem with satanic rituals, this might be a great choice for your children’s section. Can you imagine a child stumbling upon this: “Mommy, I want THIS one!” Story time on the dark side.