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I Want My Hat Back
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29 Reddit comments about I Want My Hat Back:

u/Thatunhealthy · 304 pointsr/Fallout

This is a Fallout remake of a children's book.

u/barashkukor · 15 pointsr/tf2

I think that, if they tried to sell it, the author might get in trouble since it's a copy of a picture book.

u/GuybrushFourpwood · 7 pointsr/pics

> this book that's one of her favorites

Ooh, haven't seen that one before, but my 3-year old loves this one by the same author.

u/julieandchuck · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I love Jon Klassen, his new one This is Not my Hat and my FAVORITE I Want My Hat Back They are so funny!! I teach preschool and the kids love them!

u/blokaycupid · 3 pointsr/books

Yay! Congratulations. I love children's books unabashedly. I'll limit myself to the 0-5ish age range, as you have some time for the rest.

First books:

  • Goodnight Moon is pretty much recognized as one of the greatest children's books of all times.
  • Black on White is great for very early infants. Did you know babies are color blind? They'll stare at this for a while, but outgrow its simplicity fairly quickly.

    Next, for narrative and fun!

  • All of Sandra Boynton's books are great, but I'm partial to But Not the Hippopotamus
  • Goldilocks and the Three Dinosaurs is so much fun.
  • Don't let the pigeon drive the bus is great for when he learns to say "NO!" Actually, just check out Mo Willems at the library.
  • I want my hat back is super enjoyable.

    Going into the children's section at the bookstore/library can be intimidating-- Dora and Elmo and Barney assault you at every turn, but there are some real gems in there. Look at Caldecott winners for glorious artwork and storytelling.

    Finally, try reading a book out loud to yourself. If it's taking forever or if you're getting bored, it's probably not worth trying to read it to a kid. I once got a three-year-old Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, which is very text heavy. Poor choice.
u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/leagueoflegends

Yeah, it's a very famous children's book. I honestly love this book, and so do my cousin's children. Very funny.

u/NotUnusualYet · 2 pointsr/MadokaMagica

It's a Madoka-themed set of artwork for a children's picture book (and modern classic) by the same title. The narration is almost straight from the book itself.


I should clarify: the voice acting is entirely original, and there are a fair number of minor changes. The major change is the addition of the "Morning Rescue" man, who apparently is a joke related to a commercial from when Madoka Magica first aired.

u/stargazer666 · 2 pointsr/EliteDangerous
u/PrinceShoutoku · 2 pointsr/paydaytheheist

No, the original is a book called, "I want my Hat back."

u/goldfish_king · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

I love I Want My Hat Back and its sequel, This Is Not My Hat. Because they are very slyly hilarious.

u/LittleStori · 2 pointsr/littlespace

I have a friend who reads me stories sometimes, and this is my favoooorite to be read:


u/obviouslyCPTobvious · 2 pointsr/pics
u/crazedcanuck · 2 pointsr/funny

With this much press, obligatory link is needed to purchase said book for at the very least as a troll gift.

Found it, you can purchase it here Link if anyone cares to.

u/kittehmew · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I Want My Hat Back.

It's on Onika's book wishlist. Which is full of kids books. Onika has a huge collection of books.

u/Manslapper · 1 pointr/books

Surprised this hasn't been posted yet. You must read them E.B. White's I Want My Hat Back.

u/whalewhathavewehere · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Make it Count!

It's definitely worth it. And I would love this, you might love it too!

u/Bookworm57 · 1 pointr/childrensbooks

I buy 'unconventional' books for my baby. If I have to read them 700 times, I'm going to enjoy it too.

My Monster Momma Loves Me So,
I Want My Hat Back, and Moonpowder
are currently his three favorites. They are all really cute and I love the art styles.

We also sing Sylvia Long's version of Hush Little Baby to him for a lullaby (less consumerism, more nature.)

u/r4bidw0mb4t · 1 pointr/randomgifts
u/iheartsloths · 1 pointr/fredericton
u/arob87 · 1 pointr/Unexpected

This reminds me of one of the most fantastic children's books I have ever read, here.

u/Sageypie · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

This would be neat as an ideal item under $15.


Activity: Lounging about and making weird sounds to my son. Laughing when he tries to mimic said sounds back to me.

Movie: Ew, such a tough one, have so many favorites here. Um...well, let's say Big Trouble in Little China. One of those movies that I'll always stop everything to watch it.

Book: Again, super tough choice for me. I'm going to have to go with Cormac McCarthy's, The Road. Super chilling book that's actually about nothing much at all, yet I could not put it down any of the times I read it. Speaking of which, I really need to get another copy, ex ended up with mine and...yeah. Also was a huge fan of the Dark Tower series, well, until King was hit by the car, then everything just took on this weird turn and it lost some of the magic in it for me. Still good, just not as good as the ones before.

Comic Book: Another tough choice, so I'll limit it to series that have run their course, though Saga is just sooooo good, and Locke & Key is almost at the end. Nah, I'll have to go with either Preacher or maybe Y: The Last Man. Though to be fair I read Preacher quite a few years ago so maybe it won't hold up like it used to, did have some pretty weird bits that just seemed to be there to drag things out. Y was fantastic, really neat and realistic look at a world after an apocalypse of sorts.
Oh, shoot. Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. That's a good one. Yeah, I'll go with that one. It was what got me into comics, like, well, beyond just what Marvel or DC had to offer. Showed me that there was a whole world of artists and studios out there that I just didn't know about. Plus it really fit my messed up sense of humor. Yeah, we'll go with JTHM for favorite comic.

As for a quick blurb about me, well, I'm of Irish descent, which would likely explain my love for all things Potato which, not that I think about it, makes me wish I had some right now. Man, some of those loaded, or maybe bacon chipotle instant potatoes would be so boss right now. Damn, why did I not pick any of those up at the store the other night? I mean, I was there, I was literally right there beside them in the aisle picking up some things on the shelf right next to them. Man, I know they were instant and all, but they were still so good. I mean, they weren't nearly as good as the homemade mashed potatoes that my granny used to make, but still. Speaking of which, man, I really miss her cooking. I really just miss her in general. Eff cancer.

Oh...yeah, I also tend to ramble off topic sometimes. Probably help if I didn't end up typing everything I was thinking out as some sort of free flow type, but...yeah, there you have it. I mean, editing would likely help a great deal as well. Be dead simple to go back and delete things really, but then we have the hassle of figuring out which bits, and how to string the other bits together to make sense without those bits, and then we quickly have something written out that wasn't what I actually said but something of mine taken and made into something that wasn't really me. If that makes sense.

u/tekoyaki · 1 pointr/funny

Currently only $10 on Amazon.

u/AsianIndividual · 1 pointr/funny

Right here.