K is for Knifeball is a Scary Look at Children's Literature

By: Gil Haddi - Published: Oct 13, 2012 • References: amazon & theawesomer
Give your children all the advice they don't need in a kid-friendly alphabet format with the K is for Knifeball book by Avery Monsen and Jory John.

Some of the not-so-sane ideas provided in this book includes attaching a sharp blade to a ball to make the game of catch a bit more thrilling. One of the most important lessons your children may learn while reading this book is that even though the advice rhymes, it doesn't mean you should try it. This humorous book is addicting in its hilarious interpretations of the types of activities children should not be encouraged to get up to.

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