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Where the Deep Ones Are (Mini Mythos) [digital]


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  • A Lovecraft-inspired parody of classic children's literature. Perfect for parents who like horror!
  • A witty take on the bedtime story written by Cthulhu-mythos aficionado Kenneth Hite.
  • Features squamous, full-color art by Andy Hopp.

About Where the Deep Ones Are

Little Bobby gets sent to his room without any supper, and it's his favorite — fish! But he escapes via a boat that takes him to the town of Innsmouth. It's a magical place full of fish and even slimier things. Will Bobby join the Wild Rumpus under the sea and be crowned the most Deep One of all?

Find out in this tongue-in-cheek blend of classic children's stories and Lovecraftian creatures, written by Kenneth Hite and illustrated by Andy Hopp. Introduce H.P. Lovecraft to a new generation with this mashup.


"The Deep Ones croaked their terrible croaks
and smacked their terrible lips
and rolled their terrible eyes
and waved their terrible flippers..."

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Flames R. [Featured Reviewer]
September 17th, 2015
The classic children’s book “Where the Wild Things Are” by Maurice Sendak has been parodied before, but rarely as successfully as in Ken Hite’s Where the Deep Ones Are. Ostensibly a childrens’ book, Deep Ones is a story of a boy who rebels an [...]
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May 22, 2015
This title was added to our catalog on May 22, 2015.