• For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle
  • For grownups who need a giggle

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For grownups who need a giggle

Regular price $60.00

From shit comes learning— and that is what these Dungbeetle Books are all about. The jolly, colorful illustrations will enable the child to smoothly internalize all of the debilitating middle class self hatred contained in each artwork. New words on every page also help the child to identify the concepts, so that they may repeat them at dinner parties and impress educated guests.

We Go To Gallery

Have you taken children to a gallery recently? Did you struggle to explain the work to them in plain, simple English? With this Dung Beetle book, both parents and young children can learn about contemporary art, and understand many of its key themes. Join John and Susan on their exciting journey through the art exhibition, where, with Mummy’s help, they will discover that real meaning does not exist, and that death is final.

We Learn at Home

In book 1b of the Dung Beetle Learning series We learn at home, Mummy takes John and Susan out of their local school to be re-educated at home, and introduce to their young minds a new, alternative world view. In order to do so, mummy will ground all learning in a feelings-based outlook, free of any actual facts or skills, and re-evaluate core subjects such as mathematics, religion, philosophy and art.

We Go Out

In book 1c of the Dung Beetle Learning series, Mummy takes Susan and John out for an exciting day trip in London, as part of their new re-education program. Looking, thinking and re-evaluating the world around them is a crucial part of a child’s core development. A simple stroll down the local high street is magically illuminated by mummy’s insights into the nature of society, religion, art and the various other forms of hierarchal or patriarchal oppression.

We do Christmas

In book 1d of the Dung Beetle Learning series, Mummy, John and Susan are taken on a thrilling Christmas adventure. By interrogating Santa Claus and exposing his 'vicious program of indoctrination,' Mummy proceeds to strip Christmas of all its magic and meaning, for the benefit of mankind. Originally based on the Private Eye Christmas special, this book will joyfully ruin the Yuletide festival period for children and adults alike.