If you were born in the late 70s or early 80s, the odds are good that somebody you know read today's book to you. This all ties in quite closely to current discussions of picture books with racist elements that sit blithely on shelves in children's rooms anywhere.
Hope you like Kathleen Turner, because in this long delayed episode I’m clearly doing my best rendition of her. Apologies for the gap in the episodes. Fortunately, we’re back in style. This week we discuss a book that has a complicated history. It would be easier if this were a more straightforward case of racism. […]