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Reviewed by Michael Gardner for Readers' Favorite
If you’re sitting on the fence—or ‘border wall’ if you prefer—about where to cast your vote come the 3rd of November, then Help! I Think My Baby Is A Trump Supporter by Pearl B. Rambled and Marcel Paz is the book for you. It’s a children’s book for adults, an easy read with excellent illustrations that complement the satirical humor. The story is essentially a conversation between parents Janet and Ted. Janet is concerned about their baby exhibiting some very Trump-like behavior, so she has a ‘serious’ discussion with Ted about it. It’s a simple story, but it operates on a number of levels including how couples respond to a crisis and parent-child dynamics.
President Trump is a figure many people have lampooned and Help! I Think My Baby Is A Trump Supporter takes a no holds barred approach to doing the same. In 64 pages it covers absolutely everything: tiny hands, certain leaked comments about women, walls, insults, bad grammar, the iconic catchphrase, going to the Oval Office, Fox News and fake news, tweeting and so much more. Much of the humor is awkward, cringe comedy. It makes you want to laugh for all the wrong reasons, so I ended up chuckling through most of the book. I have to say though, the illustration that accompanies the section on tweeting is a riot of laughs. It’s a book rich with subtlety, worth taking your time over, and will reward multiple readings.