Teenagers may know Aldous Huxley as the author of "Brave New World" (assigned in tandem with "1984" in a unit on political horrors) and as the guy who likely took more LSD than any other writer of his generation. But what many teenagers -- and their parents and younger siblings -- don't know is that Huxley was also the author of a rather charming children's book, his only foray into the genre.
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