“Stories for Free Children”

storiesOne of my living idols Jessica Hopper said her mama read from “Stories for Free Children” when she was growing up and that it had a profound effect on her. Therefore, I had to get a copy to read to my wee Ollie. I’m going to start reading it myself and dog-earing particularly awesome stories.

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“‘Stories for Free Children’ reaffirms the joyful spirit of girls and boys who are free to be themselves and be true to themselves, stories that help parents and kids, teachers and student discuss sensitive subjects such as divorce, adoption and death. These stories unfold in a humanized society — a nonsexist, multiracial, multicultural work that tells children that they fit in.”

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