Love this six-year-old’s description of classic novels based on their book covers. Her version of The Great Gatsby sounds pretty exciting:
“I think it’s a book about a haunted theme park and it stars a magical magic guy and he’s good and evil and he’s trying to get rid of the ghosts. And I think at the end, since it’s haunted by a ghost, he tried to make the park go on fire and it did.”
Not gonna lie–I’d read that.
When I was little, I thought To Kill a Mockingbird was about a girl who got bitten by a rabid squirrel. Why did I think that? I guess it had to do with the rabid dog. But squirrel?
(H/T bookshelves of doom)