Readers critique The Post: What are these popular children’s books really about?

Although we read to our children and then encourage them to read independently, I suspect we adults are finding less and less time to read to ourselves. There’s work, and then more work, and, when we’re finally done, there’s the endless glow from our smartphones, devices that are portals to a bottomless web of information and disinformation from which we emerge both richer and poorer but decidedly less well-read. Yosef Lindell, Silver Spring In his article on the New York Public Library’s list of the 10 most checked-out books in…