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Weeks After Dr. Seuss is Censored, a New Children’s Book Idolize Dr. Fauci

Dr. Anthony Fauci is the subject of a new children’s book that will detail his life growing up in Brooklyn up until he became the medical face of the coronavirus pandemic in America.

“Before he was Dr. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, Anthony Fauci was a curious boy in Brooklyn, delivering prescriptions from his father’s pharmacy on his blue Schwinn bicycle,” reads of a description of the book on Simon & Schuster’s website, the book’s publisher. “His father and immigrant grandfather taught Anthony to ask questions, consider all the data, and never give up—and Anthony’s ability to stay curious and to communicate with people would serve him his entire life.”

The book is written by children’s author Kate Messner. Its cover was revealed on CNN by Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter, with Messner sharing a clip of the reveal on social media. Read more…

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