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Parents Push To End Gender Division Of Boys' And Girls' Books

Posted at 2:01PM Saturday 08 Mar 2014

A campaign to break down gender divides in children's publishing has met with instant success, after one of the publishers under fire announced they will stop producing titles labelled as "for girls" or "for boys".


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