In contrast to last week’s question, what do you think of censoring books BECAUSE of their intended age? Say, books too “old” for your kids to read?
I don't believe in censorship. Ultimately, I think that it's up to the parents. If you don't want your kids reading a certain type of book, then it's your job to keep them away from it - or it away from them, however that works.
Also, don't some publishers do like children's versions of classics? I know Penguin had those when I was a kid (that I refused to read because I knew they were keeping something from me, and I'd rather read the original with my dictionary at hand).