Title: My Pop’s A Top
Author: Jason Davis
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: June 12, 2017
Page Count: 22
Reviewed by: CrabbyPatty
Heat Level: 2 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
MY POP’S A TOP is a witty, picture book penned from the point of view of a young African-American boy growing up in a same-sex couple household.
The book is 18 lines of rhyme, with fun, innocent-looking illustrations about the boy and his gay fathers — “Pop” – a hot Latino, and “Daddy”– an older Caucasian man.
This bawdy, naughty, non-PC tale, is definitely NOT a bedtime story for youngsters. Instead, it’s for adult readers who are not easily offended by blunt, sexually-charged material.
I’m not quite how to categorize this book! Is it humor? Satire? Parody? As the author so succinctly says “This is a work of smut.” I liked the colorful illustrations by Troy McKenny that fit with the simple text. This take-off on those Little Golden Books we all grew up with is quirky and funny and a great gift item!
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