The Rights of the Reader

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Central to this book, is the belief that readers have rights, to read what, how, where and when they want, and if they choose, the right not to read.

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User Review  - Ivan - Goodreads

The most famous part of this book is the 10 inalienable rights of the reader which I saw printed out around the libraries and I think there is even a poster version that can be bought. Beside those ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Award-winning illustrator and children's author, Quentin Blake was born in 1932. His first drawings were published in "Punch" when he was 16. He has illustrated almost 300 titles some in collaboration with famous writers such as Russell Hoban, John Yeoman and Roald Dahl. He is the creator of characters such as Mister Magnolia and Mrs. Armitage. His works have earned him numerous awards including the Whitbread Award, the Kate Greenaway Medal, the Emil/Kurt Maschler Award, the Bologna Ragazzi Prize, and in 2002 the Hans Christian Andersen Award for Illustration. In 1999, he was selected as the First Children's Laureate.

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