And while I wasn't able to participate, this subject also came up in the weekly #kidlitchat on Twitter.
What do you think: should children's book publishers rate the content in their books so that parents can determine which books are age-appropriate? Is this censorship or at the very least, could it aid censorship?
And, also importantly: would this help sales? Would a publisher who voluntarily rated the content of their books see a sales bump or would there be an outcry?
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