Dear Chicago Public Library:
I happened to be looking for good reads for my 5th grader as usual today. Something fun, something that would raise her spirits, stretch her intellectual muscles, feel great, feel curious, feel proud.
So I found myself in the Children’s Religion Section. Oodles of Bible stories, Jesus books, fun and colorful books on Christianity for kids; a big stack of fun and colorful books on Judaism.
And between those stacks, a sliver of books on Islam. --- Read more --Isn't it a violation of the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to have fluff books on some religions and critical books on others in a children's section of a public library?