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Kirkus Collections wants to make it easier to find YA books that reflect America

Kids these days apparently want to read books that reflect their lives. So following that whole supply-and-demand thing we all learned in Economics 101, Kirkus is giving the people what they want. They’ve just launched Kirkus Collections, which brings together Young Adult and children’s lit titles from all walks of life, making it easier for kids, … Continue reading “Kirkus Collections wants to make it easier to find YA books that reflect America” Kids these days apparently want to read books that reflect their lives.
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