Revolutionary Children’s Books for National Reading Day

Fellow revolutionaries:

Next Tuesday, March 2nd is National Reading Day, a special holiday celebrated by boys and girls across the United States in which they take time out of their busy day to read the words that appear on the screens of their Wiis, Playstations, Xboxes, computers, iPhones, and cell phones. We lead very busy lives, so it’s nice to see that at least once a year, we take the time to actually read the text messages and celebrity blogs we encounter everyday.

Think about it: if it weren’t for reading, children wouldn’t even know what “Thank you Mario. But our princess is in another castle!” or “After these messages, we’ll be right back!” means.

(I clearly have no idea what children watch these days. They still watch Dynasty, right?)

Let’s say that you actually want to read a book on National Reading Day, for some bizarre reason. What books should you read? And why can’t most books pick up a wi-fi signal?

You’ve come to the right place! Here are several great book suggestions for all the revolutionary children out there who read this blog:

And of course:

(Children’s book covers from SomethingAwful.com)

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One Response to “Revolutionary Children’s Books for National Reading Day”

  1. […] Tip Tuesdays: Using Books as Weapons As I mentioned last week, today is National Reading Day, a day in which people across this great nation of ours decide, for […]

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