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Don't Let the Republican Drive the Bus!: A Parody for Voters
Perhaps the abundance of words, compared with the brevity of the prioi, was what slowed my enjoyment? That said, I did find it to be a fun satire, and a fun read.
Oct 23, Reptaaa rated it it was amazing Shelves: I don't normally like children's books they are very thin and there are a lot of them! This time it was a big grin. My coworkers and I read the book and then had to order copies for ourselves.
What a marvelous and truthful adventure. Just to clarify, this particular book is not for children. Rather, it is a parody for adults. Sep 06, Patrice Hoffman rated it liked it Shelves: Other reviews I've read says it's pretty offensive but I disagree. The key is not to take it too seriously. FYI it is not a children's book. Although there are interesting illustrations, I don't advise anyone to read this book to their child before bedtime.
Overall, I enjoyed reading this book. I may be biased because of my political views but then again, who isn't? Oct 23, Meg MacPherson rated it it was amazing Shelves: This came into the library where I work and my colleagues and I picked it up the second we saw it. This is NOT a children's book, it is only disguised as such. It is a parody of the voting process for adults, using children's illustrations. It is hilarious and poignant at the same time.
I recommend it to everyone who has ever voted or not or ever will vote or not. May 10, Shacoria rated it did not like it. This book was horribly offensive to me and I'm not even a Republican. It is labeled as a satire but the jabs are not cleverly disguised at all. It's really just an attack on the Republican party, which is fine by me political parties attack each other every day. The thing I had a problem with was the fact that the title and cover makes you think you're about to read something clever and all you get is something childish and stupid.
Oct 22, Sherry Ward rated it it was amazing. This book was a great parody and I loved it. I won this book on Goodreads giveaway.
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I have already loaned it to two people who read it and thoroughly enjoyed it. It could not have come at a better time with the upcoming election. While it was a parody it certainly has nailed the policies and ideas of the far right. A great read and I would highly recommend it. Dec 14, Jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: Hilarious parody and an even funnier parody.
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But the sad part is that "Don't Let the Republican Drive the Bus" is a pretty accurate account of the way Republicans are acting. I, for one, plan on voting Everybody else needs to do "their" part, if they care at all for America and its people. Dec 15, Diane rated it it was ok. Definitely not a children's book even though it is disguised as such. I much prefer "Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus" by Mo Willems even though obviously this dwells on an entirely different subject matter. Setting aside the fact that I don't politically agree with much of the information in this book, it was a bit too snide and hateful for my taste.
Sep 21, Jeanne rated it liked it.
I'm happy to have won this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I'm the perfect demographic for this book - I love children's picture books and I watch the Daily Show with Jon Stewart. A great parody with an important message. Nov 19, Jessica Bingham rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was accidentally shelved in the children's room at my library.
Thank goodness I grabbed it before a child did. This is not to be confused with Mo Willems by any means. The illustrations are similar, that is about it. So I read it. Thinking there would be some humor in it, seeing as it is a parody and I am not a republican. I thought it was rather distasteful and humorless. I got the message it was putting across, but I guess I just expected it to be done in a different fashion than it was.
Aug 27, Kelly rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a delightful book! Gives a much needed 'lift' on the troubles of today Not to be taken too seriously, but just enough substance to be credible. Feb 26, Gardenojoy rated it really liked it. Well worth checking out especially before election. It was written in Sep 28, Jeff rated it liked it. Couldn't put it down. Feb 22, Terri rated it liked it. This is a political satire, which I didn't know at first. The authors put their case very succinctly. Dec 05, Christina rated it it was ok.
This is definitely not a book for children. It has nothing to do with Mo Willems' Pigeon series. It is worth a chuckle, but it is too snide for impressionable young minds. I thought this was cute albeit insanely heavy-handed. And I'm a conservative moderate, so I'm willing to take a joke. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Books by Erich Origen. Trivia About Don't Let the Rep No trivia or quizzes yet.
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