Modern Ideology in Children’s Books

“The third little pig went online and ordered all of the things he needed to make a ghost gun. When his package arrived, he worked, and he worked, and he built an unserialized AR15 with 30 round standard capacity magazines.
The next day, happy with his new rifle, the third little pig left to go to town. But there again was the Big Bad Wolf waiting by the road.
When the wolf saw the pig, he said, “Little pig, little pig, come here so I can eat you for lunch.” The third little pig replied, “Not today, Wolf. Eat this instead!” So the third little pig fired round after round of 5.56 steel core into the Big Bad Wolf’s face. Even after the wolf was clearly dead, the little pig did not stop shooting. He shot, and he shot, and he yelled, “NOT BY THE HAIR OF MY CHINNY CHIN CHIN!”
“The Three Little Pigs and the Wolf on the Road” by Dimitri Karras and Michael Fuller

I guess it was only a question of time. After a few progressive, left-wing children’s books (e.g., Antiracist Baby and the like), books start appearing on the other side. Well, at least that alleviates the imbalance.

A … well, highly … hmmm … book is “The Three Little Pigs and the Wolf on the Road” by Dimitri Karras and Michael Fuller. I haven’t read the book, but there’s a YouTube Book Reading. The quality of the illustrations is rather low (esp. compared to the strikingly beautiful illustrations in Southern’s & Alexopoulos’ “The ABCs of Morality”), but damn, that is a modernized retelling of “The Three Little Pigs”:

If you go to the website where the book is sold (strange, couldn’t find it on Amazon ;-)) the prank reviews are great as well:

Kudos. 😉