Tag Archives: Leonard S. Marcus

July 13

You Can’t Say That: Who Should Censor Our Children’s Reading? by Leonard S. Marcus

As a historian and critic, I realized long ago that books for young readers are not as innocent as they seem. How could they be? In every generation, the stories we tell our children and teens lay bareour collective hopes and dreams–and fears–for the future. No wonder titles published for young readers always dominate the […]