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12 November 2013


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This absolutely baffled me. Why even read the book if you find it so age-inappropriate for your kid? What is wrong with these parents that they can't just say, "Nope. Let's see what Pippi Longstocking is doing."


Yeah, it threw me as well. And seemed like the whole situation just indicated an unwillingness/difficulty in just saying, "No, let's wait on that one"? But it takes all kinds. As long as she's not telling other parents what they can/can't/should/shouldn't do, whatever.


haha MotherReader I suspect Pippi herself would come in for a fair bit of 'pinkwashing'


I can edit on the fly...I just start to stutter.

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