Carlie has a righteous rant going on over at Librarilly Blonde.
A piece in the Washington Post that contains this: "There comes a time in every reader's life when he or she graduates from kids books and young-adult titles to nonfiction with no holds barred and fiction that draws on the full resources of the language in portraying complex human relationships."
Oh, yeah. The writer goes there.
The he asks, "what book made you an adult reader?"
Oh, let me answer! Let me answer!
Because that was when I realized: a good book is a good book is a good book. I didn't have to hide reading kids books or YA books. These books weren't "less" than adult books; there is no "graduation", rather, there are simply books.
Books you like, books you don't; books that touch your heart; books that bore you; books that push your thinking, books that reinforce your thinking. And sometimes they are in the adult section, sometimes the teens, sometimes the children's.
In which I say why princesses aren't evil role models and cry about the Slate article about how programming parents are scared of dolls ...
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