'P Is for Palestine' Children's Book Sparks Outrage Among Some U.S. Jewish Parents

Dr. Golbarg Bashi says she wanted to write an ABC rhyme book with lots of references to the Holy Land and Palestinian culture. However, her book risks being overshadowed by a ruckus about an entry called 'I is for Intifada'

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Traditional children’s alphabet books have taught kids that “A is for Apple,” “B is for Boy,” and “C is for Cat.” But a new twist on the genre aims to teach kids the ABCs of Palestinian culture.