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Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Mini cover critic

Sometimes I forget that I probably shouldn't read funny things while I'm sitting at my desk at work. The newsroom is a pretty laid back place but that doesn't mean it isn't embarrassing to start laughing so hard I'm practically crying.

So if you're in a similar situation, maybe wait until you're home to read this hysterical piece by Sunny Chanel and her six-year-old daughter. Basically Sunny has her daughter view the cover of some of the most well-known classic novels and explain what she thinks the story must be about.

Here are a few of my favorites (Jane Eyre is definitely the best. Maybe just because that would have made Jane Eyre an interesting book):





For more, visit Sunny's post on babble.

Plus, some more Gatsby love
& my Animal Farm review

2 comments:

Mandy said...

Oh my. I would read all of the books she describes! I especially like her description of Wuthering Heights on the Babble post:
“It looks weird. I think this must be a book about a tree. I would not read a book about just a tree. And it looks like it’s a sad tree too since it has no friends.”

Poor sad tree.

Mariana said...

This has been one of the best things I've read all month! These are hilarious. I love the way kids think and come up with anything, that to them makes perfect sense.

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