The 28 naughtiest kids from books (infographic)

Naughtiest children from literature - Jack Merridew

Love Reading, UK-based book recommendation website, has come up with a new great infographic that lists all the naughtiest children that you can find in literature.

Children’s books are often filled with mischief and mayhem, and of course naughty children. The kids in adult literature can be a whole lot naughtier and sometimes even pure evil.

Click or tap the infographic to see it in full resolution.

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Via The Digital Reader.

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