SOURCE: Washington Post
by Ashley Dennis
Black women librarians have been important leaders in promoting books and publishing standards that encourage readers to recognize human dignity and reject racist stereotypes in children's literature.
SOURCE: NY Times
From “Frog and Toad” to “Where the Wild Things Are,” many of the most enduring 20th-century titles share a secret language of queer compassion.
SOURCE: Literary Hub
by Jennifer Traig
For most of history, authors have used their words to render children speechless.
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