“Learning New Words” Educational Children’s Book Parody

Featured below are some of the funniest examples from “We Go To The Gallery“, “We Go Out“, and “We Learn At Home” – brilliant dark humor parodies of the much-loved British Ladybird early learning children’s books of the 1960s. Created by Miriam Elia.

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

Learning new words is fun!

16 thoughts on ““Learning New Words” Educational Children’s Book Parody”

  1. Little pill, what you fail to see, is that these are parodies of commom marxist idioms

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  2. Anonymous, more importantly, did it hurt your feelings, if it did, then you won the argument

  3. Page 44. Thank you. I remember that conversation with Mom.

    Life imitates art far more than art imitates Life.
    Oscar Wilde

  4. These are realistic observations, wonderful and beautiful… Please don’t touch my “Precious Moments”creations for rich people.

  5. Oh I remember growing up with these books. And my dad hitting me when I didn’t say a word correctly

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