Should picture books for three and four year olds address transgenderism and drag queens? Obviously, the publishers think so.
In Parts 2 and 3, the question is posed as to whether children are deliberately led to specific conclusions about Palestinians and Israelis through kiddie books.
Through the power of story books, children can be easily influenced to accept or reject certain ideologies.
Since Clara was twenty-three at the time of the 1909 strike, why does the author take such pains to imply that these workers—including Clara—were mere children?