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Erich Origen and Gan Golan are public-transit-using, public-park-visiting, working-class elitists. They are also the New York Times bestselling authors of the books Goodnight Bush and The Adventures of Unemployed Man. Visit www.letmedrivethebus.com.
This book is hysterical! It's just over the head of the kids, so they don't know why we are entertained when reading it to them. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Cristina
You could tell this book was going to be one-sided by the title but its concept was still funny. At some points the humor was a bit dry though. Definitely overpriced.Published 21 months ago by Bayley
Gave it to my republican father for Christmas. Should definitely be accompanied by the original, " Don't let the Pigeon drive the Bus," unless you're giving it to someone... Read morePublished on July 23, 2013 by V. Morris
Parodies are fine. I'd have liked to have known that this was a child's book before purchasing it. I'm sorry now that I did. It was a waste of $10. Read morePublished on January 23, 2013 by Tricia K.
Don't Let the Republican Drive the Bus!: A Parody for Voters
I love the pigeon books for children and this parody (of pigeon or the Republicans? Read more
Already agreed with the basic points made by this cute book, but it was inexpensive enough to enjoy once. Gave it to a relative to enjoy, and haven't seen it since.Published on December 15, 2012 by M. J. Martin
I'm somewhat confused. If the bird in the story "...hates anything with the word 'public' in it," does it "hate" the word RePUBLICcan, too?" Could the author be more vague? Read morePublished on November 17, 2012 by David Aharb
As an English professor who studies rhetoric (including political and religious rhetoric), I'm extremely disappointed that this book even exists as a children's picture book. Read morePublished on October 30, 2012 by English professor
I saw this in a bookstore, and I'm glad I had the chance to read it in person.
I was going to buy it for a liberal lover of the Pigeon books, but I found the "satire" to... Read more