Read about the book that sparked so much controversy that The Library Bill of Rights was created to protect the rights of libraries on behalf of all readers
As parents, of course we don’t want our children to be disrespectful, but do we really want them to not question something they know is wrong, even if the perpetrator of the wrong-doing is an authority figure?
Rebecca Skloot states: “…my book is many things: It’s a story of race and medicine, bioethics, science illiteracy, the importance of education and equality and science and so much more. But it is not anything resembling pornography.”
It is my right to decide what is and is not appropriate reading material for my children.
Dear Readers, Today’s blog is completely different from my normal blogging style. Usually I try to bring you the witty day-to-day goings on of my family and, specifically, with my children. But I saw a story on The Today Show this morning that has me so angry that I can’t seem to think past it.Continue reading “Parents Who Fail to Teach Respect, Fail Us All”
It’s Wednesday, and I’d like to introduce a new weekly feature here at Chatty Cathie’s Endless Chatter…What the…What? Wednesday! Each Wednesday, I’ll bring you amusing images, articles and anecdotes I’ve run across in the previous weeks that are sure to give you a double-take and make you wonder what in the world people were thinking!Continue reading “What the…What?”