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Book Review: The Giver by Lois Lowry

The Giver by Lois Lowry
Winner of the John Newberry Medal

This year in our homeschool I will be reading and reviewing books from the… 330 more words

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O'Kelly Library 2015 Banned Books Week

Take a look at how C. G. O’Kelly Library brings Banned Books Week to the campus of Winston Salem State University.

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Celebrating Banned Books and the Right to Think

In honor of Banned Book Week, I have decided to go through a list of the most challenged/banned books and see what books I have read and which I have missed. 421 more words


"Read that? You must be mad!" // in which I speak of banned books 

Last week in the bookish community was something called Banned Books Week.

Books are banned for both good reasons (Mein Kampf) and bad reasons (To Kill A Mockingbird), but I’m not writing this to discuss the act of banning, rather I thought it would be fun to share a list of some of the banned books I’ve read. 133 more words


Are we choosing the wrong battle?

Menace lurks in unexpected places. In Jane’s essay last week, she mentioned that prolonged sitting has risks. A recent trip to the library exposed me to dangerous ideas. 670 more words


Why It's Ok To Like/Love Twilight

I am reposting this in honor of the tenth anniversary of Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight.

I have a confession to make. I love the Twilight… 634 more words

Six Reasons Why You Should Read The Hunger Games- A Banned Book Review

Well Banned Books Week is over. But that doesn’t mean you can’t continue reading banned books for the rest of the year. Or all year long. 736 more words