Banned Books Week

This weekend Les and I are moving, so this week has been jam-packed, so I haven’t really had time to write out an in-depth post like I wanted to for Banned Books Week. I know I’ve been using the I’m busy excuse a lot lately to avoid writing, but I have in fact been extremely busy, in fact I’m writing this on my lunch break at work and I have to finish in the next 5 minutes so I can get back to work. So instead of writing a long, in-depth post, I’m going to share some links that lead to some great sites. Click through and read some of them, you’ll be surprised at how many books have been banned by governments or schools. If you read at all, chances are you’ve read a banned book.

Frequently Challenged Books 

Banned Books Week: The Struggle Against Censorship Continues

Too Graphic? 2014 Banned Books Week Celebrates Challenged Comics

Banned Books Week: the 10 most challenged books every year since 2000

Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read

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