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Celebrate the Freedom to Read

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Banned Books Week

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Who Challenges Books?

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Read Banned Books

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It’s Banned Books Week!

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19 Controversial Books to Read with Your Book Club

Cover: To Kill a Mockingbird

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Are you looking for a bold new book that’s sure to get conversation going with your book club? We’ve compiled a list of some of the most controversial books included on the American Library Association’s annual list of books that have recently been restricted, removed, or banned. From beloved classics to modern fiction, these thought-provoking reads are sure to get tongues wagging at your next book club meeting.

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Do we really still need Banned Books Week? – The Washington Post

Source: Do we really still need Banned Books Week? – The Washington Post

The answer to the question, as Mr. Charles himself comes to realize, is a resounding yes.

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10 Banned Books We Read and Re-Read | Challenged and Banned Books

Source: 10 Banned Books We Read and Re-Read | Challenged and Banned Books

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These are the most challenged books in the US

Source: These are the most challenged books in the US

 

Check out the list while you celebrate your freedom to read!

How many of these books have you read?

What new books do you discover here for you list of books-to-read?

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7 Ways to Celebrate Banned Books Week | Bookish

Source: 7 Ways to Celebrate Banned Books Week | Bookish

Did you know that every year hundreds of books are challenged across America? Banned Books Week is an annual awareness campaign that reminds the literary community of the importance of speaking out against book banning and supporting our freedom to read. This year Banned Books Week takes place between September 23 and 29. To help you get involved, we’ve put together a list of seven ways to celebrate Banned Books Week.