Captain Underpants Doesn't Need a Newbery Medal

<blockquote> <p>Is the highest honor in children's literature, the Newbery medal, woefully out of touch? Yes, according to children's book expert Anita Silvey, who <a href="">made her case</a> in a recent issue of the School Library Journal. Silvey reports that many librarians and book critics think the American Library Association, which awards the Newbery annually, has in recent years chosen "quirky" books that appeal to few adults and even fewer children.</p> </blockquote> <p>Erica S. Perl, writing in Slate, <a href="">disagrees</a>.</p>
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