As a secular family it is difficult to find books with traditional nursery rhymes and fairy tales that are also completely secular. I didn’t want to give up my favorite childhood nursery rhymes or spend a lot of money buying specifically secular children’s books when we already have a bunch of books. So I decided to edit our current library to match our family’s needs. Find out how I did it in this video.
This technique can also be used for families who (because of gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, race, or any other defining characteristic) don’t feel that the books widely available match or represent their particular family. This is a great way to ensure that your child is able to read about/see families just like theirs.
If you use this technique to alter your own family’s books, I would love to see and hear about the end results in the comments below.
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