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Teachable moments: When good kids’ books say bad things

I was at the library the other day talking to the children’s librarian, a dear oldish woman of an indeterminate age. (So far every children’s librarian I’ve met has been a dear oldish woman of indeterminate age.) That, of course, is a stereotype, and probably not the sort of thing I should put in print. […]
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