‘Serving Up Slop to Teen Readers’ (2013)

Stupid Children by Lenore Zion | Goodreads

Is this true? “Stupid people are born, not made.”  I think an awful lot of trouble goes into making them.

I don’t scout the Young Readers shelves in the supermarket anymore. There’s only so much that flesh and blood can stand. That anyone is still reading anything by the time they finish college is a mystery to me.

Serving Up Slop to Teen Readers

Come to think of it, I used to read and review these books, too. I wonder if I ought to start doing it again. What do you think?

4 comments on “‘Serving Up Slop to Teen Readers’ (2013)

  1. If you have time for it, please so. I just read a review of “Sacrifice” by Linda Royall that has me ordering a copy it sounds so good – all about the history of abortion in America. Did you know the term transgenderism was coined at the turning of the 20th century by Margaret Sanger’s mentor who said it would be a thing in the 21st century?

    1. I’ll have to think about it. Sometimes reviewing Young Adults fiction, as practiced today, is like shooting fish in a barrel; and by and by, one gets disgusted with it. Maybe I can find some good stuff out there that deserves to be noticed.

      BTW, I had mostly YA fiction in mind while writing this.

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