Don't Blame Me, It's Not My Fault
Children live in such a direct and honest world, but adults always seem to think of themselves as a cut above the kids.
Publisher Locus Publishing Company
First Published 2007-08
Language Traditional Chinese、Simplified Chinese
Adults always have things figured out, except when they don't.
Adults seem to forget that they were once children too. Whether asleep or awake, every child should be treated like an angel.
Don't Blame Me, It's Not My Fault describes in a direct yet whimsical tone the anxiety, displeasure, and mistrust that children see in adults. The colorful drawing and the innocent words are overflown with the innocence, happiness, and dreams of children all over.
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