"I do not know your child. But I will say I do not subscribe to the notion that every book is for every child. I make the kinds of books that I liked as a kid. I don't like ordinary, middle-of-the-road books. I like funny, odd books that excite and challenge a child. There are enough people doing nice books about manners and feelings and magical unicorns. I do not do those kinds of books."
There is something delicious in being wicked and laughing about it. Most prominently, I am drawn to children's "horror" stories because of their brilliant sense of humor. Because they tackle life's most horrible scenarios with the forthright innocence of a child, making the tales, by nature, funny a...
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