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K is for Knifeball: An Alphabet of Terrible Advice Hardcover – September 26, 2012
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"...great fun for adults. The humorous illustrations, done in the style common in kids books, greatly add to the fun."
About the Author
Jory John is a California-based writer, editor, and cartoonist. He is the co-author of All my friends are dead. and All my friends are still dead.
Top Customer Reviews
It's a fun read, obviously a parody and giving the opposite advice to what you would tell a child. In fact the book clearly says on the back cover. This book is not suitable for children of any age. Don't just jump straight to the poem and picture pages though, the legal disclaimer at the front asking you to sign that you won't take legal action against the authors is really funny too. The illustrations are also a lot of fun. Like with All My Friends Are Dead, I'd prefer these books were the normal picture book size but that's just a small gripe. It's pretty hard not to enjoy these books, they are definitely a laughing and talking point to anyone who picks them up.
The book is hilarious, and as long as your child knows right from wrong, the book isn't that inappropriate. Overall a great purchase...
Creative book..not for those easily offended
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this to amuse my husband as it's his job to put our daughter to bed.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
I really liked All My Friends Are Dead, and the humor in this is similar. But it's just not as funny. :(Published 18 days ago by doug
Gives you the opportunity to take to your kids about strangers and stealing very funny but you might want to give it to a friend rather then a kidPublished 1 month ago by Cheyenne
Hilarious. I read it to my 2 year old every night, and now he can recite the whole thing as we flip through the pages.Published 1 month ago by Dealosaurus Rex