For the second year in a row, The Guardian and The Observer have conducted a research study on diversity in children's picture books, and the results are extremely disappointing. According to the newspapers' research, the 100 best-selling picture books published in 2018 "collectively present a white and male-dominated world to children, feature very few [non-white] characters and have become more biased against girls in the past year". Lovely! Did they think perhaps I wasn't depressed enough...?
Posted by: Julianka


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