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Yes, a children’s book about poverty, gender equality, epidemics, climate change, and endangered species.

Because isn’t that a great way to put the kiddies to sleep at night – by reading about Ebola and tsunamis?

And really, you have to be impressed with Chelsea’s generosity:

Proceeds of the book will go to charity, including…yes, the Clinton Foundation.

Via Daily Caller: Chelsea Clinton Is Writing The Saddest Children’s Book Ever

Chelsea Clinton is about to become the author of what could be the saddest children’s book ever.

Penguin Random House announced Wednesday it will publish the 35-year-old’s first book, and the publishing company said that “It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going!” wants to inspire children “to change the world.”

How does it want to do that?

By discussing “poverty” and “gender equality,” Penguin Young Readers said in a statement….

Clinton will donate all the books earnings to “charities of her choosing that focus on the issues addressed in the book,” including the one she works for — and may be ruining single-handedly — the Clinton Foundation.

But judging from the reaction on Twitter, looks like the book will not be much of a a success.

A WSJ books reporter had tweeted news of the book:

And after a flood of negative comments, she concluded:

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  1. dennisl59 says:

    Once Upon a Time the dirt poor(due to ‘wage gap’) pagan Amazon wimmin had an Ebola plague but they were put out of their misery by a tsunami(because of global warming) and the only species left on Earth were cockroaches and the Clintons.

    And they lived happily ever after together…The End.

    (Feel free to embellish)

    posted 5/22 848am Texas[Cursive Writing]Time

  2. RedeemtheTime says:

    Reckon the Geiko Gecko was co-author (ghost-writer) of this book?

  3. Alain41 says:

    Corkscrew writing. Will she do a book tour and take real questions? Like mother like daughter.

  4. strider says:

    Maybe the audio version will be piped into the school loudspeakers during lunch or nap time. All the issues raised are government solvable of course.

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