If You Give Your Kid A Smart Phone

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If you give a kid a smart phone, you’ll have a lot of headaches to fix. Bringing the question of whether or not children are mature enough to have their own smart devices, this downward spiral of a spoiled kid gone rotten will show the consequences of giving a child gifts they’re not ready for. From accidentally flushing the phone down the toilet to crying for the next gadget update, parents will learn that if you give a kid a smart phone, you’ll only cause trouble.
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Holly, Drop That Friggin' Marker!

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One evening, over-indulged Holly decided to demonstrate her artistic talents on the newly-decorated walls of her parents dream home. In this made-for-parents satirical tale, our 21st Century-imaginative child Holly creates a messy masterpiece only an unemployed painter could love. Will her new age parents finally give in and punish her? Will they take away the marker for a day? Or will they go the route of Harold and the Purple Crayon, and simply let her imagination ruin their walls? Holly, Drop that Friggin' Marker is the perfect blend of comedy and truth that any parent with an artistic child can enjoy and learn from.
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The Very Hungry Honey Badger

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Honey Badger is angry because Honey Badger is hungry. In The Very Hungry Honey Badger, you’ll witness the angriest mammal in the animal kingdom get into several fights as he searches for food. From scaring off buffalo to battling cobras, Honey Badger will show you he does not mess around when his stomach’s grumbling. Someone get him food, pronto! From Kumquat comes the retelling of a classic story through the voracious appetite of the Honey Badger.
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Everybody Craps

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Sometimes a kid can be afraid to go potty, and that’s okay. It’s weird. It’s gross. But eventually the kid has to crap. For parents who are trying to persuade their little bundle of joy to do the deed on the toilet, here’s a book that understands the struggle. From roosters crapping in the morning to owls crapping in the evening, everyone hits the john at some point and it’s just a matter of convincing the little one it’s not so bad. Really. It isn’t. With this parody of potty-training books, parents can share in the common frustration over a little one who won’t go near the toilet, while enjoying the serene nature of origami animals taking a crap.
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The Horrible Life Lessons Tree

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Once there was a tree, and she loved a boy—and already, this story is getting weird. This tree did everything for the little boy, spoiled the heck out of him, only to raise a monster, proving to everyone that trees make terrible parents. But whoever thought trees would make good parents? In this satirical, cautionary tale about the consequences of over-coddling your kids, watch the downward spiral of bratty child turned evil lunatic against a tree who was just trying to live her tree life. Enjoy this dark parody of indulgent parenting gone horribly wrong.
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