13 Best Funny Children’s Books For Adults Update 05/2022

Funny Children's Books For Adults

Here’s a fun trend I’ve seen recently: a lot of picture books that look like they should be for young kids but are actually for adults. As soon as the kids go to sleep, tired parents need a good laugh. These quick reads, which are often parodies of well-known children’s books, are just what they need. You just have to make sure they don’t get mixed up with the other picture books. I think it’s about time. Why should kids have all the fun? If you’re a grown-up, you’ll love these six picture books that look like they’re sweet.

If you’re a grown-up, you can enjoy the wacky illustrations and rhyming allure of children’s books without all the cheesy lessons. new books are coming out: You can find kids’ books for adults all over the place. They range from parodies of fairy tales to original stories, and they’re all hilarious. To get a good laugh and a break from the tongue-twisting rhymes of Dr. Seuss, you’ll want to pick up a book that isn’t for kids.

You don’t have to be a parent to enjoy the funny twists these modern stories put on the old ones. These adult storybooks are full of sexual undertones, dark topics, and potty-mouthed characters. Any grown-up who has a sense of humor will love these books as soon as they see them. Buy them for yourself or give them as a gift. Make sure you don’t read these to the little ones, because they might not understand. If you don’t want to spend a lot of time explaining things, don’t do this.

Ask yourself, “What should I read next?” Think outside of the book club list and pick up one of these surprise gems. Find your inner child and read these 11 books for kids that are not at all kid-friendly. It won’t be long before your shelves are full of these new books, setting the trend for your reading group.

Go The F**ck To Sleep, by Adam Mansbach and Ricardo Cortes 

Go The Fck To Sleep, by Adam Mansbach and Ricardo Cortes 

The reason this book was written is if you’ve ever read the same bedtime story a lot. No, I can’t. A glass of water? These are just a few of the questions that every parent has heard while trying to put a child to bed who isn’t going to go. The fact that this best-selling book by Adam Mansbach has become so popular may be because many people feel the same way. Not to read to your child:

Goodnight iPad: a Parody for the next Generation, by Ann Droyd

To say goodnight and kiss the red balloon a few times, one must read Goodnight Moon a few times. The tech-savvy Ann Droyd does that for you. This version of Margaret Wise Brown’s classic story brings it into the modern world, as well. During Goodnight iPad, the kittens and mittens are replaced with their viral video counterparts. At the end of a long day, who doesn’t want to say goodbye to their iPhones?

All My Friends Are Dead, by Avery Monsen and Jory John

Gallows humor at its very best, by the way! This book is full of characters from dinosaurs to trees to an old man who have lost their friends in some way. It’s a lot of fun to read. Among other things, all of the tree’s friends have become end tables. All My Friends Are Dead is a little dark, but there’s a sequel that’s just as good: All My Friends Are Still Dead.

If You Give a Mouse an iPhone: A Cautionary Tale, by Ann Droyd

Anyone who has almost hit a signpost because their eyes were on their phones will love this book. If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is one of the best-known books in the world. This new version brings our mouse into the digital age. So, unlike some of the other books on this list, this one isn’t too young for the tech-savvy mice in your family.

Are You My Boyfriend?, by C.B. Bryza

Are You My Boyfriend, by C.B. Bryza

It’s based on the classic P.D. Eastman movie Are You My Mother? about a single woman who goes on a quest to find the person she’s been looking for for years. For all the romantics who have looked for love in the wrong places, this story will make you laugh and maybe give you some ideas.

Everything I Need to Know I Learned From a Little Golden Book, by Diane Muldrow

Who knew your Little Golden Books had so many important life lessons hidden inside? Who better to tell this story than the editor of Golden Books, Diane Muldrow? From “get some exercise every day” to “make music a part of your life” to simply “daydream” these gems are worth revisiting from an adult perspective.

‘K Is For Knifeball’ by Avery Monsen & Jory John

K Is For Knifeball is an alphabet book that isn’t like any other. It takes readers on an ABC journey where they make bad decisions. Some things that adults do but tell their kids not to do are likely to come up in advice like “O is for opening things with your teeth.”

‘Bi-Curious George: An Unauthorized Parody’ by Andrew Simonian

George’s awakening starts with this quote:

“George was a straight little monkey, but he was always a little… interested. George saw a man one day. He wore a sassy purple beret. George got excited, even though he didn’t want to.”

‘Do You Want To Play With My Balls?’ by The Cifaldi Brothers

'Do You Want To Play With My Balls' by The Cifaldi Brothers

Is Do You Want To Play With My Balls full of references and hints? I want you to read this one and not laugh out loud.

‘You Have To F*cking Eat’ by Adam Mansbach

From the author who made you Take a look at another thing parents have trouble with: getting their kids to eat.

‘The Very Hungry Zombie’ by Michael Teitelbaum

This is very different from The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The Very Hungry Zombie is very fond of clowns, astronauts, and, of course, brains, and he eats them all. It doesn’t say when.

‘The Taking Tree’ by Shrill Travesty

In the story The Taking Tree, there is a selfish boy and a tree who’s had enough. After getting tired of the boy’s ways, the tree comes up with a plan to get back.

‘Q Is For Quinoa’ by Joel Rickett

With ABC references from Active Birth to Zumba, Q Is For Quinoa has a lot of good ideas for parents today.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.