10 Children’s Books Turned Racist

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Welcome to Top10Archive! We take a look into the past at popular children’s books that have now been surrounded by controversy due to their negative, derogatory and prejudice contents. Spanning from a boy and a giant peach to adventures down the river with your best friend, this is the top children’s books you didn’t know were racist.

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10. James and the Giant Peach
9. Pippi Longstocking Series
8. Dr. Dolittle
7. The Little House on the Prairie
6. Chronicles of Narnia – The Horse and His Boy
5. The Secret Garden
4. A Cricket in Times Square
3. Sherlock Holmes Series
2. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
1. Adventures of Huckleberry Finn



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  2. The horse and his boy was my favorite book when I was between the ages of 4
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