Would You Read A Young Readers Edition Of An Adult Book

Posted 2017-08-26 by Catherine Van Bergenfollow

As any reader would know, books have the power to change people’s perceptions and understanding. They have the ability to transport you into a new or previously unexplored world, and inspire you with their stories of courage and resilience.

But sometimes the messages imparted in non-fiction or biographical books can be a little bit daunting or complicated for younger readers, despite their importance. This is why some publishers release ‘young reader editions’ of particular books, hoping to broaden young minds, while still allowing for the innocence of youth.

Above are just some of the books that have been released as both adult and teen versions. The same has also been done for Li Cunxin’s Mao’s Last Dancer and Anne Frank’s Diary Of A Young Girl.

Have you read any of these? Would you be interested in reading, or having your child read, any of the above books? Do you think it’s a good idea?


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