How would you like to read a PG book?
Should there be a rating system for books like there is for movies, so you know from the moment you open the cover what kind of material is in there?
I feel that there should be a rating system for books especially for teen and children's lit. I hate starting a series that you think is pg or something like that and it becomes R or worst halfway through.
I completely agree. Sometimes I'm scared to pick up books by authors I don't know for that very reason.
Yeah. That's one of the main reasons I started my blog here. People should know what they could be reading about. Not spoilers, but content-wise, it's important.
by M. T. Dremer 5 years ago
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by Lisa 6 years ago
What is your favorite children's book?
by ptosis 5 years ago
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by richbrayan 6 years ago
I'm I told old to read children Books??I find children fiction between the age 8-12 some of the most fascinating. I particularly enjoy Animorphs and more recently started reading the skulduggery pleasant series but was just wondering could I be too old to be reading children books??What's your...
by Lilly May Rose 3 years ago
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by AC Gaughen 9 years ago
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