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Banned Books Week Part 2

When we talk about banned books or censored books, we don’t mean that the book has a nation wide ban on it. It isn’t against the law to read or own these books. 655 more words


Banned in Boston (or at least in Cambridge)

It seems a fitting end to Banned Book Week that a librarian, Liz Phipps Soerio at the Cambridgeport Elementary School, has refused Melania Trump’s gift of several Dr. 101 more words

Library Feature

Libraries promote potentially dangerous books

Last week it was the American Library Association’s Banned Books Week when libraries across America hold a variety of events to draw attention to attempts of banning books from schools, bookshops and libraries. 404 more words

Comment And Information

Happy Banned Book Week!

Who should have control of what books are on the shelves? It is the librarian? What about the city live in? The school you drive by? 618 more words

Banned Books Week

The final day to share your banned book with the library is Friday 29th. 

By: Kyla Piper


SHIPPENSBURG– Shippensburg has been celebrating banned books week with events held in the library. 58 more words



Teachers aren’t the only ones caught reading banned books!  We’ve corrupted the student population!!

I am the Most Wanted, after all. What did you expect? 32 more words

How to Write a Banned Book

Are you a diverse writer? Do you have an unpopular opinion? Are some of the scenes in your novel controversial? 

If your answer was “yes” to any of the questions above, you and your novel are on your way to becoming a banned or challenged book. 983 more words