Tuesday, February 9, 2016
The Rabbit Who Wants to Go to Harvard
The Rabbit Who Wants to Go to Harvard: A New Way of Getting Children to Stop Sleeping and Start Achieving
This hilarious parody for fans of Go the F**k to Sleep and Goodnight iPad spoofs the bestselling sleep-aid picture book The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep. If you loved (or hated) that book, then The Rabbit Who Wants to Go to Harvard is for you! It satirizes helicopter parents and gives parents of small children a window into what's ahead--college admissions! You can never start too early. An irresistible gift for parents who have a sense of humor.
Do you struggle with getting your child to bend to your will? Join parents all over the world who have embraced this groundbreaking book as their new nightly routine.
In this parody of The Rabbit Who Wants to Fall Asleep, Ronald and Mommy Rabbit get help from Adderall Aardvark, Kollege Koach Kitty, and Admission Officer Owl, who know just how to stop all that incessant sleeping and get into Harvard, now. This lovingly panic-inducing and innovative story helps children at any age to set aside sleep and other quaint relics of youth for a much worthier goal: the Ivy League.
Make your dreams your child's dreams today!
This is a fun, quick read. Although this book is not just a book but an interactive experiment. Before you even start this book, there is a introduction in the beginning that explains the different font and how to read this book. Yes, this book does come with instructions.
I found myself reading the book like it was meant to be read. Just to see if and how it made a difference. It did make a difference in how the story was projected to the listening audience. Although, I can't say that I felt any stronger in my desire to want to go to Harvard. Yet, all of the characters in this book were good: Ronald, Mommy Rabbit, Adderall Aardvark, Kollege Koach Kitty, and Admission Officer Owl.