I'm referring specifically to the kind of little girl who drags her mum around Waterstone's shouting, "Oh mummy, I just can't understand why all children my age don't read more. Think of what they're missing!"
Now I'm not saying we shouldn't teach little girls to read. But we should definitely think about taking their books away if they're going to start getting all gay about it.
Anyway, they need to learn to enjoy books like an adult. Which means: A) only reading books because they think they're supposed to; and B) exclusively reading books that are much too brainy for them just because they've got a nice front cover, then having to spend the duration constantly referring to the little synopsis on the back just to double check what's going on.
You know, like a grown-up.