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Children’s Book Publisher Pushes Smut onto Kids to Celebrate Pride Month

NEW YORK, New york — The world’s largest publisher of children’s books, with partnerships in thousands of schools and a provider of literacy curriculum, Scholastic is pushing smut onto young children to celebrate Pride Month.

In a social media post made at the beginning of June, and since promoted through a paid campaign this month, Scholastic wrote, “Celebrate LGBTQIA+ #PrideMonth with new and award-winning books for kids and teens. #ReadWithPride.” The post includes a link to books targeted to children to “celebrate” pride month. The literature is targeted at children as young as 3-years-old.

Scholastic is also well-known for its celebrated book fairs held at elementary schools across the country, where children purchase books without the supervision of their parents.

REAL News Michiana looked into several of the promoted books. Many romanticize sex and transgenderism in children.

One book titled Heartstopper is about a young high school boy who has a crush on a Rugby player at his school. The two become friends and eventually romantic as “they come to understand the surprising and delightful ways in which love works.”

Heartstopper is targeted at children as young as 12-years-old.

Another book targeted at 12-year-olds is titled The Girl from the Sea. This book is about a young girl who has a secret of wanting to kiss another girl. She eventually falls in love with girl in her town.

“Everything they’re each trying to hide will find its way to the surface… whether Morgan is ready or not.” The description of the book reads.

In a book titled, I Wish You all the Best, a young boy is disowned by his parents by coming out as “non-binary.” The child eventually moves in with his sister and meets a boy at a new school with whom he falls in love.

This book is targeted at children as young as 14.

In a book targeted at 9-year-olds, two young girls are friends in school who fall in love.

The description of One True Way reads “Allie and Sam are friends. Allie and Same are girls. Allie and Same are falling for each other… this novel is a thoughtful, eye-opening look at tolerance, acceptance and change.”

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