In sixteen spirited essays, Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Alison Lurie, who is also one of our wittiest and most astute cultural commentators, explores the world of children’s literature–from Lewis Carroll to Dr. Seuss, Mark Twain to Beatrix Potter–and shows that the best-loved children’s books tend to challenge rather than uphold respectable adult values.

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