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Check Out Some of These Queer Books You Might Find at Your Child’s School Book Fair

by | Apr 9, 2024 | News

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Scholastic is both a publisher and a distributor of books. It’s well-known for publishing educational material for schools, teachers, and parents, as well as books and resources for children. Scholastic’s publishing arm is responsible for producing a wide range of content, including books, magazines, and digital products and includes popular series and titles that cater to children and young adults.

Scholastic is also well-known for its book fairs in schools where it children can attend and purchase books without direct parental supervision—and some of the stuff you might find at these book fairs is rather disturbing. So parents, beware.

First up is a book called The Girl from the Sea by Molly Ostertag, which targets girls as young as 7. According to the description, in this book, “a young girl has lots of secrets…but as her crush on a mysterious new girl deepens, she realizes there are very few places to hide.” Well, that seems appropriate for 7-year-olds, doesn’t it?

Here’s a few more, the series Heartstopper, where “Boy meets boy. Boys become friends. Boys fall in love.” This series targets 14-year-olds.

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Here’s a bad one, Pride Puppy, described as “An affirming and inclusive book that offers a joyful glimpse of a Pride parade and the vibrant community that celebrates this day each year.” The book targets preschool children with themes of kids, puppies, grandparents, and ice cream. And, of course, uses that to paint “pride parades” as a positive environment for children. Grooming much?

These are just a few of the books that may be on the shelves at your child’s school book fair run by Scholastic. If you think your child’s school is safe. Think again. Even if you’re in a conservative area, the LGBTQ groomer activists are everywhere. Even the popular Percy Jackson books are noted to have LGBTQ themes in them:

They have made it clear that they intend to follow through with their promise of coming for our kids. If I were you, I wouldn’t let them.

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