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Banned Books Week: Pride of Baghdad

In honor of Banned Books Week, my buddy Eric over at The Other Comic Book Teacher and I are going to review comics and graphic novels that have been challenged. 688 more words

Comics

Value: It's in the Cards

I think it’s safe to say the proliferation of special holidays and recognitional months has gotten a little out of control. I mean, I’m all for everybody having their causes recognized and interests celebrated, but for every Baby Safety Month and International Literacy Day, there’s supremely goofy stuff like Shameless Promotion Month and International Talk Like a Pirate Day. 418 more words

Benbrook Library

Banned Books Week 2014

- Banned Books Week is September 21-27, 2014 -

In honor of the upcoming Banned Books week, I encourage you to check out one of my earlier posts about banned and challenged books… 100 more words

In the Library with a Comic Book, Episode 15

In Episode 15 of In the Library with a Comic Book, Jack and Amanda cover comics at the American Library Association Annual Conference. Included in this podcast: 40 more words

Infopeople Podcasts

Stories of Our Youth

Stories of Our Youth

By Rory C. Keel

The Young Adult Genre is comprised of works written for the age group between twelve and eighteen, according to the Young Adult Library Service association ( 134 more words

Writing

The Glass Castle: A Memoir

The Glass Castle: A Memoir by Jeannette Walls – 2005

The Glass Castle: A Memoir is the true story of Jeannette Walls’  life beginning in the 1950’s at the age of three to adulthood.     542 more words

Non-Fiction