Do You Agree With Idaho’s Pick For The Best Children’s Storybook?
There's nothing quite like classic children's storybooks. From Where The Wild Things Are to The Very Hungry Caterpillar, many of us can recall a favorite growing up. There is something nostalgia to be had with these children's classics... but what if someone took those books and turned them into something a little bit more entertaining for adults today?
Before we ruin your childhood, let's talk about the classics
Before we get to the part of this article where I might destroy your childhood, let's get to the classic books by each state first.
The data comes from Grand Canyon University and is based on a multitude of statistics ranging from Google Trends, Time magazine, and more. Let's look at the most popular children's books in each state...
Do You Agree With Idaho's Pick For The Best Children's Storybook?
It makes you feel warm and fuzzy doesn't it? What if I told you a local morning show took the children's classics and turned them completely upside down? That's the case with Chris & Ryan in the Morning on Mix 106. "Censored Storytime" is a weekly bit the show does on Tuesday that showcases your favorite children's storybooks like the ones above.
The difference is that they're read with Chris & Ryan in the Morning and then "unnecessarily censored", meaning that there are words bleeped out that don't need to be... but sure make it a little bit spicier.
I told you I might ruin your childhood.
Do you agree with the most popular children's book in Idaho? What story would you like to hear unnecessarily censored next? I would love to hear your thoughts here.