There is an incredible amount of information out there that in recent years has unfortunately evolved into taboo topics. There is a good chance that you’ve learned a vital lesson as a child, there’s an even better chance that this bit of “life awareness” has been acquired through reading. Choosing a book, magazine, or any piece of reading material that will discuss topics others may shy away from is a huge deal. When you decide on material that otherwise might be considered a “challenge” or a “risk” it opens doors for conversation, education, and understanding between you and your child. We’ve found a compiled list of “banned” books that are surely a good example of this and of course – are great entertainment! https://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/16/well/family/the-banned-books-your-child-should-read.html?_r=0
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