How much space does the average supermarket have in the kids’ book section? Not much. But they had room for this:
As the critics pointed out, it includes a gay relationship, to which one “reviewer” replied (in part): “Gay people exist. Get over it.”
The cover looks like it was drawn by a Beatnik in the late 1950s. I strongly advise parents and teachers to flip through the book in the store first, or read reviews about it. Gay activists are after your kids. The tactic? Just drop it into the story. Kids don’t know better. And that’s true, which is why adults need to know.