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I suppose that was meant to be provocative? I would say children includes teenagers up to the age of majority, but sometimes you have to say "children and teenagers" or "children and young adults" for clarity. I've added a comment at the Novels discussion. Robina Fox (talk) 06:28, 20 March 2015 (UTC)
Comment - Discussion of exactly how to categorize the ages is going to be very contentious and a long haul. Psychologists disagree among themselves and book publishers and booksellers are almost as difficult (worse, actually). The recent invention of "tween" being an example. I teach Children's Literature (and in that role I also teach Developmental Psychology) and in my Children's Literature course I teach Pre-K to YA. We begin with ABC books and end with The Hunger Games; which is rather insane, but the course is designed for Education and Creative Writing majors and we need the coverage. We are just now discussing, barely and very tentatively, about how to, maybe perhaps, tease out picture books and read-aloud books from books intended for other ages (solo reading) so we may have two different classes, or three (or Lord knows how many). That said, I would suggest not diving into trying to create new categories on Wikipedia without some serious discussion beforehand by editors who are willing to work in the different areas--and it seems at the moment that we are small town (underrepresented area), ergo dividing our resources may not be a good idea at all. HullIntegrity\ talk / 12:43, 20 March 2015 (UTC)
This is a weird question, but it's within the scope of this WikiProject: Is Tigger a Tiger? The question revolves around a user's addition of |species= to the infobox and the value "Tiger". Please comment at Talk:Tigger if you'd like to weigh in. Thanks! Cyphoidbomb (talk) 16:42, 27 March 2015 (UTC)