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Group 4 Student Ocean's Banned Book Project

Group 4 student Ocean reads a passage from Hatchet by Gary Paulsen!

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Group 4 Student Nathaniel's Banned Book Project

Nathaniel made a video of some reasons why The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells, and students of Group 4 acted out a scene!

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Bookish Talk: Library Displays!

As you may or may not know I work at a library. One of my favorite things about my job is doing the displays – I love getting artsy fartsy and creative. 209 more words

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DC's System of Informal Learning Institutions (AKA DC Public Library)


Richard Reyes-Gavilan joined the Education Town Hall to share his experience with the DC Public Library (DCPL), where he is now executive director. He described DC’s system of “informal institutions of learning,” from purchasing through librarians’ work to “put the right book in the hands of the right reader.” … 326 more words

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Banning Books is Banning Learning

Group 4 students Jasmine and Ethan made a poster for Banned Book Week with a list of books that are often banned, and invited students to sign their name if they had read any of the books on the list.

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Banned Book Mobile

8th graders Miranda and Mason made a mobile with some commonly banned books such as The Lord of the Rings and The Hunger Games!

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Fight for Your Right to Read!

8th grade students Stella and Rebecca made a poster that encourages reading banned books, and more than half of the school contributed to it! Everyone who contributed wrote the name of a book they have read that has been challenged or banned, and some drew an accompanying picture or wrote why they think their book should not be banned.

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