Silly Rhymes For Belligerent Children book
MST3K and Geek-A-Week's lovechild
- Goofy, gross, and fun poetry for all ages
- Poems by Trace Beaulieu (MST3K)
- Illustrations by Len Peralta (Geek-a-Week)
Timmy Davis contracted rabies,
from his unclean rodent babies.
Sammy Smith got a grim prognosis,
when his hamster gave him yersinosis.
Jeffy Conner, poor young fella,
an iguana gave him salmonella.
Tiffy's hamster had a germ,
now Tiffy has a new tape worm.
To Marky Spaniel it wasn't funny,
when he got tularemia from his Easter bunny.
A rare microbial infection,
came from Ian's fish collection.
Don't worry if your pet might bite, just check it well for parasites.
We know what kids like. They like gross, silly, wacky things. (And so do we, since we never grew up!) Trace Beaulieu (of Mystery Science Theater 3000) wrote gross, silly wacky poems in the same vein as Shel Silverstein and Edward Gorey and paired them with artwork by Len Peralta (of Geek-a-Week). As the cover says, it's "a yucky big book of rainy day fun for belligerent children & odd adults with nothing better to do." That you? It's certainly us!