Children’s books are often quite light-hearted, fun to read, and always illustrated. They attempt to teach valuable lessons of life and make the kids aware of their surroundings. More often than not, books also teach the pitfalls of the modern and oft-cruel world. Tackling sensitive issues like domestic abuse and child-birth certainly isn’t easy. But these books can alleviate the pains of imparting embarrassing, though vital knowledge. Perhaps the writers of these children’s books had the same intention when they penned these timeless classics.
One of “those” journeys:
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Certainly a weird way to state the truth, but children do need to learn the simple biological fact:
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Now that’s a very bitter pill to swallow:
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Though titled a bit oddly, this book teaches a very vital lesson about understanding the needs of the elderly:
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A book about alcohol abuse no doubt, but perhaps such books shouldn’t be in the children’s section?
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This book is about Alzheimer’s disease, but the illustration is far more suggestive than it should be:
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The knowledge imparted in this book will help the child grasp the basics of childbirth, but the illustrations do not quite match-up.
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Being a co-joined twin is certainly difficult, though a rather rare phenomenon. However, in case such a student(s) is present in the class, this book will ensure the children learn to be accommodating towards the pair.
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Children’s books can be downright creepy and sometimes frightening, as many authors aren’t trained to handle the delicate issues. Though the knowledge imparted via these books is certainly crucial, shouldn’t these books undergo thorough scrutiny by multiple agencies?
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