Parents Are Irate Over A Children's Book Called "Do You Want To Play With My Balls?"A few years ago four kind and slightly demented fellows that's us! Our first attempt at printing the book, however, was only a short run of around copies. We also made our book available digitally in hopes that enough money would be raised to print even more. Of the or so books that did get printed, one found its way onto the internet in the form a young lady reading it out loud. In a very short time this video had over 5 million views, and our collective jaws hit the ground. We have a new printer lined up, a wonderful website, a company name Bum Bum Books : and we're ready to start shipping. The only problem now is getting the money together to print our next batch of books.
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The question has Amazon reviewers riled up. Some are riled up because they're sooooo offended that someone would turn satirical sexual innuendo into a children's book, particularly one that is indistinguishable from a real children's book, and is thereby inadvertently being bought by parents who are discovering its true nature only as they are reading it to their children. But most are riled up because they're laughing so hard. It stars Louie, Chuck, and Sally, 3 kiddos at play Most people do no recommend buying the book for kids, but one reviewer astutely points out that her kids love it as much as her husband loves hearing her read it to them with a straight face, and "the naughtiness goes right over [their] heads.
By Esra Gurkan For Mailonline. The ritual of reading bedtime stories to young children before they fall asleep is something that most mothers and fathers cherish. Favourites include tales of magical lands, lovable beasts or cute puppies learning life lessons. But kids' fiction also has a serious side with books written to highlight some of the more difficult aspects of childhood. And they're definitely not designed with a good night's sleep in mind.
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Free shipping. Not good for children definitely good for my younger brother which is 35 years old it's a fun Conversation Piece that he still has on his work desk. I gave this to my 13 year old son for Christmas. We had him read it aloud to everyone. Best gift ever! Verified purchase: Yes Condition: new Sold by: bumbumstore. Gave as gag gift at a Christmas party.