When Jeanne Willis, author of controversial picture book titles (where the actual story is a lot less so) such as Mines Bigger Than Yours and Who's In the Loo? decided to write a junior fiction book, you kind of knew it would contain some stuff that extremist cotton wool parents would find offensive. What's inside Sticky Ends, certainly doesn't disappoint, although to be honest it's not all high quality stuff, and there's a lot of filler. But we do have a kid who hasn't been a good boy who takes a picture on his mobile phone of Santa urinating to blackmail him. A warning to always turn on the light when you go to the bathroom with a little girl accidentally sitting on the lap of a monster already using the toilet (this one's actually a fair bit creepy). A girl named Marge who always eats too much butter, who after turning yellow and melting is eventually eaten by her cat. An uncle who married a monkey, a little girl who loses her teddy bear, thinks shes it so grabs its paw, however ends up feeling the wrath of an angry real bear. A lonely worm who trys to pick up a bird in a bar who invites him back to her place with a terrifying outcome is another bound to offend someone. But that's the reason you should check out this book.