June 18th, 2007

Podcast - Censorship of Children's Literature

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What is acceptable content in children’s literature? Should librarians and parents be able to decide what books are appropriate not just for their children, but for all children? John Merrow spoke with Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, another Newbery winner, whose “Alice” books were among the most banned books of 1999 (second only to Harry Potter).

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