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Can You Tell If These Children's Books Are Real Or Fake?

The (weird) library is open.

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    It's real!

    The House That Crack Built was released in 1992, and teaches children the dangers of drugs in a hip-hop rhythm.

    It's real!
    Chronicle Books / Via amazon.com
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    Published in 2011, Maggie Goes On A Diet tells the story of an overweight 14-year-old who, well, goes on a diet, starts exercising, and eventually becomes her school's star soccer player.

    It's real!
    Aloha Publishers / Via amazon.com
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    It's fake!

    We made it up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    It's fake!
    Andrew Peña / Buzzfeed
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    It's real!

    It Hurts When I Poop! was published in 2007 to help kids understand the digestive system, so they'll make healthier choices when it comes to what they eat (fiber, duh).

    It's real!
    Magination Press / Via amazon.com
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    It's Just A Plant: A Children's Story About Marijuana is a recent addition to the "weird, but very real kids' book" library. Published in 2013, the book follows a young girl as she learns about the magic plant from her parents, a farmer, a doctor, and a police officer.

    It's real!
    Akashic Books / Via amazon.com
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    The Night Dad Went To Jail is part of a book series called "Life's Challenges." The books are designed to help kids through difficult times, like when a loved one is put behind bars.

    It's real!
    Picture Window Books / Via amazon.com
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    We made it up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    Monique Steele / Buzzfeed
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    It's real!

    According to Amazon, Does God Love Michael's Two Daddies? was released in 2007 to "combat the promotion of homosexuality" with books like Heather Has Two Mommies.

    It's real!
    Apologetics Press, Inc / Via amazon.com
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    It's fake!

    We made it up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    It's fake!
    Maritsa Patrinos / Buzzfeed
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    It's real!

    This is really just a case of a bad title. The 1995 book is designed to teach kids about respecting differences, and that everyone is created equal.

    It's real!
    Child's Play International Ltd / Via amazon.com
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    Don't Make Me Go Back, Mommy: A Child's Book About Satanic Ritual Abuse was published in 1990, and illustrates "the nature and practice of satanic ritual abuse."

    It's real!
    Multnomah Books / Via amazon.com
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    We made it up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    Andrew Peña / Buzzfeed
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    We made it up ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

    It's fake!
    Monique Steele / Buzzfeed
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    It's real!

    Microsoft released this book in 2007 to educate children about the importance of a stay-at-home server. What.

    It's real!
    Microsoft / Via amazon.com
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    Published in 2001, Hair In Funny Places teaches kids about puberty through a funny, lighthearted conversation between a girl and her teddy bear.

    It's real!
    Red Fox Books / Via amazon.com
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