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Back after an unplanned absence.

Some of you may have noticed that there have been no posts from me this week. It wasn’t a planned absence, but rather a series of unfortunate events. 186 more words

Book Blog

An Elaboration on "Two Decades of Book Banning" Infographic

My examination of banned books of the 1940s and 1990s was an endeavor to compare two vastly different decades based on family values and social norms. 948 more words

Appoggiatura and Logorrhea No. 387

Censorship reflects a society’s lack of confidence in itself. It is a hallmark of an authoritarian regime. . .

  • Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart

Ginzberg v. 9 more words


Banned Books By Ian

Books should not be banned if it is an “age inappropriate” topic. The Parent should talk to them before they consume the “sensitive” material. Children should not be introduced to a sensitive topic by media and entertainment. 154 more words


Books should not be banned. By Lexi

Books should not be banned for middle school students. First of all if a student from 6-8th grade, or any grade wants to read a more mature book than they than they should be able to because it’s their choice to read it, and they know what they chose to read. 255 more words


Why would you ban a book? by Kirsten

Books should not be banned even if they might have content that some people don’t necessarily agree with it. Furthermore, books with real-life conflict give young readers a great learning experience. 310 more words


Should Books be Banned in Schools? by Garrett

I think that some books should not be banned in middle schools. First of all, i think that it is the parent’s choice. If a parent does not want their own child to read the book, they wont let them read it. 146 more words