Must Read TV: Parks and Recreation Kids Books
With all of my favorite TV shows on summer break, I’m happily snatching up any Must-See TV crumbs I can find, whether it’s following celebs on twitter or checking out summer movies starring familiar faces. Parks and Recreation happens to be a favorite of mine, and I’m not ashamed to say I let out a little squeal when I came across Jen Lewis‘ interpretation of classic children’s books with Parks and Recreation characters over on Flavorwire. I got the giggles with every new title, from Where the Wyatt Things Are to Donna and the Giant Mimosa.
I feel like there must be a market for these books, and with such brilliant covers, most of the work is done. I’m officially asking someone to write about Chris Traeger’s Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Literally Bad Day. A break between season seems like a perfect time to get to writing fan fiction.
See all twelve Parks and Recreation childrens’ books over at Flavorwire.