Readers Respond

Mulvaugh, Thomas S.; Fain, Kathleen; Conley, John
December 2016
Publishers Weekly;12/12/2016, Vol. 263 Issue 51, pC4
Trade Publication
The article presents comments from readers on the decision to cease publication of "Bad Little Children's Books," a satirical collection of imaginary children's book covers that created a firestorm on social media due to what many deemed offensive content.


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