Talk:A Day No Pigs Would Die

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Content[edit]

This page is currently a pseudo-Cliffs Notes version of the books, and needs a massive revision. Deborah-jl Talk 07:03, 17 February 2006 (UTC)

(restoring content that was deleted. Pkazazes, unless you are archiving a lengthy talk page, please do not delete other people's messages from talk pages, even if you find them no longer relevant. Article content may be ruthlessly edited, but talk pages are archival, and should not be deleted. See Wikipedia:Avoiding common mistakes#Deleting.... Deborah-jl Talk 15:10, 17 February 2006 (UTC))

Stub[edit]

I have removed the "Child Book" stub, because there has been some controversy over whether this is a child or young adult book. I will leave the stub note however. Pkazazes 14:24, 17 February 2006 (UTC)

Currently there is no young adult stub, and most young adult books on wikipedia are categorised as children's for the purpose of stubs and categories. The in-the-process-of-forming children's lit WikiProject has this on the table for whether it's a good or bad idea to distinguish between the two, but for now, the Child-lit and Child-book stubs are the best way to make sure people looking at the appropriate stub pools will see the book. However, none of this prevents you from mentioning (and citing your sources for) the controversy in the article itself. Deborah-jl Talk 15:10, 17 February 2006 (UTC)

Copyvio[edit]

Revisions since the revision of 13:31, 16 February 2006 have contained copyrighted material lifted from Spark Notes (see e.g [1]). I've reverted to an earlier version and removed the revisions containing copyvio material from the history. --Nick Boalch ?!? 15:06, 17 February 2006 (UTC)

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