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Old 03-07-2012, 05:52 AM   #29
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Lumping Dr. Seuss and Hunger Games together in a "Children's Books" category makes for a far too large, unwieldy and inhomogeneous collection as far as I'm concerned. No self-respecting teenager would read Dr. Seuss (or at least would never, ever admit to it) and few, if any, six or seven year olds would find Hunger Games very appealing. A separate "Young Adults" or "Teenagers" category makes far more sense I think.

I enjoy the odd children's book myself every so often and find great pleasure in re-visiting Wind in the Willows or Winnie the Pooh, but I think you generally have to have progressed well into adulthood before being able to admit to such things, or to enjoy them.
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