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Gender-specific Children's Books 'Are Easier To Sell', Insists Children's Book Publisher

Posted at 7:06AM Wednesday 12 Mar 2014

A leading children's publisher has said he will not bow to pressure to stop labelling books for either girls or boys – because it is a "fact of life" that people search for gifts according to gender.

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