Steve Dilliard at Southern Appeal links to this book Why Mommy is a Democrat and thought that I should produce a parody on the subject. Well I did a similar parody a couple of years back and thought I would rerun it for those who never saw it.
Once there lived a lovelorn prince whose mother decreed that he must marry by the end of the summer. So began the search to find the prince’s perfect match and lo and behold……his name was Lee.
You are cordially invited to join the merriest, most unexpected wedding of the year. KING & KING is a contemporary tale about finding true love and living happily ever after, sure to woo readers of any age. A great gift.
King & King has reached as high as No. 38 on Amazon.com’s list of best sellers. We at Slippery Slope Publishing are at the cusp of societal evolution, especially when it looks profitable. With the increase interest in alternative lifestyle children’s books aimed at the elementary and kindergarten, we have been working overtime to give you the next big things in children’s literature. After all it is only a matter of time. Slippery Slope Publishing proudly presents the "Redefining Marriage" series.
Snow White and the Seven Room Mates
Meet Lusty, Fetish, Kinky and the rest of the gang. Snow White who has a thing for little people engages them in there every wish as she shacks up with these seven very lovable guys.
Children will learn the value of trying out multiple life partners before marriage. Tolerance of personal preferences in a loving and sincere relationship are also highlighted.
Marry the Little Lamb
Three enjoyable stories of people in wonderful committed relationships with barnyard animals. Here is a sample:
Marry the Little Lamb, Little Lamb, Little Lamb
And every where the Married went, Married went, Married went.
After reading our version of Goldilocks and the three bears, the old version will never be the same.
Children will learn to put behind the stereotype that marriage is only between a man and a women.
|Welfare Mother Goose
Welfare Mother Goose contains wonderful stories of how to live off the government when you didn’t really need to. Welfare Mother Goose introduces her children to a series of men in her life. The variety of significant others adds a varied and multi-partner education to her children. The kids play memorization games learning the names of the fathers of their siblings.
Children will learn that the purpose of government is to provide their every need.
Polygamy for You and Me!
This goes way beyond the classic Heather has Two Mommies. Heather now has multiple mommies and one daddy! You will laugh at the funny stories and anecdotes like Heather telling her father "But mommies said"
Children will learn the value of nurturing relationships with multiple people in parental roles. This books has become a best seller in Utah.
|Slippery Slope Publishing is here to provide your every need in quality children’s literature. We have learned that the earlier we can introduce brave new ideas to children, the easier it becomes for them to accept those ideas, even if it conflicts with misinformed parental thought. It is never too early to teach children the evils of right wing conservativism so we introduce the new "Bush Sucks" literature series.|
An evil little man makes claims like he can turn straw into gold or even more unbelievable, to turn Iraq into a democracy. In this scary story a women learns the dangers in trusting in a conservative when she finds out that in exchange for a tax cut for the rich she has to turn over her first wanted child.
Not recommended for those in Kindergarten or others prone to nightmares.
|Tales from the Bush Years
Investigative reporting for children uncovers the real reason why Mother Hubbard had nothing in her cupboard. Children will learn the reasons why low cost housing is not available and some people are forced to live in a shoe!
The tax cuts for the rich and military spending provides the root of Bush’s jobless economy and it’s ill effects on characters in fairy tales.
Because of the economic statistics used, this book is recommended only for Kinderg�rtners or other children who have not learned to add yet.
Here is a previous post I did on "For the Children" Publishers when Madonna wrote her children’s book.