Infographic: The 28 Naughtiest Children from Literature

Infographic: The 28 Naughtiest Children from Literature Infographic 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.

The following infographic lists 28 of the naughtiest kids in literature. How many are you familiar with?

Infographic: The 28 Naughtiest Children from Literature Infographic

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  1. fahirsch5 April, 2016

    I would add Max und Moritz by Wilhelm Busch (in Gutenberg. With English translation in Amazon).
    And Struwwelpeter by Heinrich Hoffmann (also in Gutenberg and Amazon)about horrid (and no so horrid) children.

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  2. Henry Wood7 April, 2016

    I’ve just caught up with this post and my definite No. 1 nomination would go to Timothy Gedge in “The Children of Dynmouth” by William Trevor. He is a very disturbing presence right through the book.

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