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Banned Book Week

I had no idea such a week existed until I stumbled across it a few years ago. What an excellent way to promote books and get kids talking. 104 more words

Library Displays

Reflections on the semester so far...

Seven weeks ago I started a journey, one that will end in a couple of years and with me earning a Master in Library and Information degree.  369 more words

LIS 6010 - Banned Book Week

Banned Book Week just ended on the 27th of September, and I celebrated by reading Louis Sachar’s The Boy Who Lost His Face. I hadn’t read this book while I was a child, but thinking back to when I was in middle school, Louis Sachar did a phenomenal job depicting the social norms and problems faced by young teenagers. 611 more words


In Cold Blood by Truman Capote (Banned Book - True Crime)

In November of 1959 a family who lived in Holcomb Kansas was brutally attacked, killed and left.  The murders of the Clutter family were senseless. The family was well-respected humble farmers and had no enemies as far as anyone knew. 511 more words

Audio Review

Go Ask Alice by Anonymous (Banned Book... BUT Was It Real?)

Being a teenager is not easy now… and it wasn’t then.

Told in the first person perspective of an unnamed teenage girl, who is just trying to fit in.  607 more words


Banned Books

Banned Book Week!! This year it was from September 21-27. Even though it has passed, read at least one banned book. Not only literary classics, such as Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Great Gatsby, or The Catcher and the Rye have been banned. 275 more words


Banned Book Week - Day 7

Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read, September 21-27, 2014

Hello guys! This week is banned book week and I decided last minute I wanted to do something on my blog. 455 more words

Banned Books Week