Book: Censor Monkeys Have No Class by David Germaincategories: Book, Censorship, Kindergarten, Comic Book, Art Class, Monkeys, Satire
David Germainabout this book: It's a bright shiny morning in Mrs. Fitzbottom's kindergarten class. Her assignment for them was for each to make their own drawings of whatever they wanted. Their unbound creativity lead to the creation of many delightful little masterpieces. Each child got the chance to display their creations and very enthusiastically talk about their motivation behind them. However, lurking in the shadows were some very sinister figures. They watched all this creative freedom from afar and did not care for it at all. That's when they launched their attack. Each and every work of art the children had created started being ripped apart and getting crushed under the heels of these sadistic brutes.
Who will stop this madness? Will Mrs. Fitzbottom maintain control of her classroom? Will the evil perpetrators of ill-will prevail and keep the entire class wallowing in misery? The answer to these questions and more can be found in the book Censor Monkeys Have No Class. A small warning: This is subversive fun, not for the faint of heart.
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