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What if Your Favorite Adult Movies Became Children’s Books?

Thursday 02.27.2014 , Posted by
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Are you tired of reading the Very Hungry Caterpillar and Red Fish Blue Fish endlessly to your kids? Are you a cinephile dying to share your love of good film with your young progeny? Then Josh Cooley’s new book Movies R Fun could be just right for story time!

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Ok, actually don’t read this to your kids. They will grow up warped, probably cause you endless worries in your older years and might just steal cars for a living. Brad Cooley has re-imagined adult films like they’re the pages from a classic children’s book – from the alien busting out of the chest scene in Alien, to the wood chipper scene in Fargo.

Cooley is releasing Movies R Fun into the wild on March 1st – and it almost looks like your classic Little Golden Books.

Yeah, that “R” doesn’t stand for “are”.

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