1. What can I expect of children whose understanding of language is not yet nearly as well developed as my own adult linguistic skills, without asking too much of them?
2. What ought I to expect of children without contravening educational, psychological, moral and aesthetic requirements, particularly since it is not always easy to bring those four into line with each other?
3. And the third question, unfortunately, is: what does the market allow me, want me or forbid me to do in a rapidly developing media society?
from Comparative Children’s Literature by Emer O’Sullivan (trans. from Boie 1995)