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A Fourth Time, I Ask: Are Picture Books Leading Our Children Astray?

There are simply too many books on our children’s shelves that, through deceptively cheery artwork and sly subversion, are destroying our tots from within. The post A Fourth Time, I Ask: Are Picture Books Leading Our Children Astray? appeared first on The Millions.
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