Highlights from the Sunday Papers: May 29th
No Midlife Crisis for Harold and the Purple Crayon

Smut? Did somebody say smut?

"If you want to peddle smut with society's approval, children's books and sex ed is where it's at," says syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin. Goodness me. What brought this on? A young-adult title called Rainbow Party, by Paul Ruditis. Good ole Powell's bookstore gives a synopsis:  "Exploring an issue brought to the public's attention on 'The Oprah Winfrey Show,' this novel looks at teens' participation in sex games, and what happens when these kids do not fully realize the consequences of their actions."


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