September 13, 2011 Rejected Book Plot #166
Good Morning, Coffee Pot
In the follow-up to the widely successful children’s story, Good Night, Moon, comes a tale of a gruff rabbit before her morning coffee. Basically, children- this is a tale that explains why you shouldn’t annoy mommy with tedious (unexciting or snooze-fest, for those of you who read at a second grade level) information like “Mommy, I can’t find my other shoe” or “Mommy, I’m hungry!” or the ever popular “Mommy, Mom, Mommy, Mama, Mommy, Moooooommmmmm!” all before she’s had her first cup of coffee. Watch as mama rabbit turns into rabid mommy rabbit as the questions increase and the caffeine level does not. Then read on as mommy ingests her liquid crack and can face the day wishing inanimate objects good morrow.
This is a MUST HAVE book for any parent who just wants to be left the hell alone before the coffee buzz can kick in. Good Morning, Coffee Pot is not for morning people or people with children or people who enjoy well written books or for people who don’t understand the debilitation the addiction to coffee can cause. It is a book for people who like looking at pictures of rabbits saying good morning to things!