Are you tired of looking through picture books and not seeing nearly enough (or any--can you believe it?) human remains? I don't know about you, but I want riddles that have me visually (if not physically) searching through pages upon pages upon dumpsters upon graves of desecrated body parts. I want my children to grow up learning the human anatomy through educational literature, and Scholastic and Impotent Products are sure meeting that requirement. It puts me at ease knowing that my offspring can grow up and identify a tibia or detached septum after a workplace accident occurs due to lax safety regulations from a lack of union organizing and bargaining for better conditions. After all, we lucky masses are simply human cattle from which the wealthy profit.
Sold wherever Soylent Green isn't just people but specifically poor underprivileged minorities.