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Should Children's Fiction Be Educational?

In our interview, the author behind the Gossip Girl franchise said, "I absolutely hate kids' books that have lessons telling kids how to behave." Do you agree? Read the interview and share your comments.

Liesa Healy-Miller Disagree! A lesson woven into fiction - in a gentle way - is one of the BEST ways to get kids to learn and grow.

Scott Birch What's wrong with putting forward a moral code?

Maria Fenton The role of fiction is to share a truth through either people or places or situations that did not occur. Where there is truth-telling there is always a good lesson.


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