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Issue Details: First known date: 2017... 2017 From The Secret Garden to Thirteen Reasons Why, Death Is Getting Darker in Children’s Books
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'The inevitable and universal nature of death has made it a popular topic of children’s literature. While death has appeared in these stories for centuries, death in young adult novels has become much darker and more complex.' (Introduction)

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