Monday, November 19, 2007

Kid's books being "purged of risks"

The Telegraph reports that children's books in the UK are increasingly being "purged of risks" in an effort by publishers and editors to shield themselves from parental criticism. Walking alone, carrying a sharp object, and climbing a ladder are mentioned as examples of specific edits that were requested to make sure books don't "[go] against health and safety."



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