Nifty Nursery Rhymes and Twisted Tales

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Humor - 56 pages
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This book tells the "real stories" about Jack and Jill. Their "fall" was in the stock market. Little Miss Muffet was pretty much how you remember her, but her food of choice was frozen yogurt. The Professor finally provides the answer to the age old question, "Can you teach an old dog new tricks?" Where else but in this book will you learn that Rapunzel had a repulsive "ear hair" problem? Only Nifty Nursery Rhymes shows proof that the Tortoise that beat the Hare did so by means of illegal drugs! Only this book exposes how a Rabbi causing a terrible car wreck used psychology to shift the blame to another clergyman! Only here will you learn that Mary's Little Lamb is on the FBI's most wanted list. For Pete's sake…read these to your toddlers! This book is fine for children. The adult humor however makes it fun to read out loud to your children or grandchildren. Often young ones like to hear the same stories over and over again (much to the chagrin of the parent). However in "Nifty Nursery Rhymes" the Professor has written a collection that parents look forward to re-reading aloud each night.

Warning: These stories can be "habit forming"!

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