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In response to the author rewriting portions of  her book when changing the 

Is it censorship or is it writing to your audience?  One of the complaints about 
Lucky, is that some didn't feel the author was considering the audience she was 
aiming for.  When you change your audience, especially in the case you mentioned, 
adult to youth, you might need to make adjustments.  I would consider it to be 
writing to your audience.  

Patty Molm
Acting librarian/Library student
Oak Grove Lutheran Elementary (Pre-K to 5)
Fargo, ND

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