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Time to Celebrate Banned Books Week!

September 29, 2010

“Happy” Banned Books Week doesn’t sound appropriate, but it is certainly a time to celebrate one’s freedoms as a reader, thinker, and learner. Read a favorite banned or challenged book, give one as a gift, recommend one to a friend, or check out the bulletin boards in the Children’s Literature collection area to learn about the top ten most challenged books of last year!

We’ll be posting each day this week in honor of Banned Books Week. To start off, check out Huffington Post’s compilation of 10 graphic novels that have been challenged.

For more info, check out http://ala.org/bbooks.

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