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Moby-Dick for Babies: Marvel or Monster

NOTE: This first appeared in the Charlotte News, May 17, 2017Susan OhanianA display at my village library invites parents and others who care about young children’s literacy development to take a look at the new assault on childhood—baby versions of the classics. Cozy Classics, publishers of the baby board-book Moby Dick, claim the book “captures the essence of a literary masterpiece” and is the “perfect vehicle for early learning.
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