Good Dog Carl is the chilling cautionary tale about a neglectfulmother who abandons her baby–wearing nothing but a diaper and the top-half of a blue-striped, ruffle-necked clown suit–to the whims of a viciousRottweiler.
So-called ‘author’ Alexandra Day was apparently at a loss for words when she published this book. The scantily-clad baby’s brush with death is depicted almost entirely through illustrations, leaving more to the reader’s imagination than even ‘Good Night Gorilla.’Perfect for the Character Assassination Carousel!
Bad Dog Carl wants to regain his Alpha Status with Mother–who was HIS MISTRESS FIRST–by doing away with the pesky baby, but he is a wise, wise assassin and knows he must disguise the crime.
The Death Cannot Look Like a Mauling… But Carl has a fool-proof plan.
Just how will he disguise his crime? And how fool-proof is his plan, really? And just WHERE did mother go?
Let us begin.
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Take Another Spin on the Character Assassination Carousel
The problem is this: crayons cannot peacefully coexist in a house with this book. The book quite literally illustrates the miscreant behavior of drawing all over the walls and plants the seed of artistic glory in our little sponges’ heads. Of course they are going to model the behavior they see in books, as in life. They are children. That’s what they do.
You can get your ticket to ride at NinjaMomBlog.com and check out the HILARIOUS assassinations that have preceded Carl’s.
What children’s book (or grown up book, but NOT 50 Shades of Grey–that’s been done) would you satirize for the Carousel if you got a chance to ride?