A Is For Apocalypse: Children’s Books for the Modern Age

by Matthew Nolan

With world crises and drastic climate change ahead of us, it’s important that we prevent our young children from growing up with a false sense of security. Publishers have already cashed in on our impending doom, selling dystopian stories to teens and adults. Now they should target the toddler demographic by rebranding some classic picture books. Here are some suggested titles to prepare the next generation for the future.

pat down the bunny
gitmo seuss
where the wild things are surveilled
goes bust cover
alexander-and-the-terrible-horrible-no-good-very-bad-day-book-cover-600x455
runawayBunny
Goodnightmoon
mike
parachute book
Harold crayon apocalypse
Post-Apocalyptic Puppy
Ice cap melting book

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