AC/DC Is Releasing a Children’s Alphabet Book

Who better to teach your kids how to read than AC/DC, right?  Well, there’s a book coming out next month called “The AC/DC AB/CD High Voltage Alphabet”.

And it includes passages like this: “A is for Angus / Who thinks it’s good luck / To wear a school uniform / And walk like a duck.”

The book feels like it’s more for adult collectors than actual kids, with references to “Hell’s Bells” and other kid-unfriendly AC/DC songs.

The entry for “J” reads, “J is for jail / With no liberty / Break the hell out / You’ve got to be free.”

(You can check out some of the pages, and order the book, here.  It comes out November 11th.)