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Based on ALA’s lists of frequently banned and challenged books in the U.S., found here, here, and here.
A right-wing religious group criticized Wendy Doniger’s 2009 book, The Hindus: An Alternative History and its sexualization of Hindu gods and goddesses.
To celebrate Banned Books Week, Tumblr user Jubliant Antics! created some wonderful thought-provoking mugshots of beloved literary characters.
In observance of Banned Books Week here’s a list of quotes from authors about censorship & banned books. Share your favorite with us in the comments!
Can you guess which book was banned for depicting women in strong leadership roles? Hint: it’s a children’s book.
This week is banned books week, a time to celebrate the titles libraries and schools have pulled from the shelves. Here are some theories on why these novels got blacklisted based on their covers alone.
Welcome to the club, “Hunger Games”! The American Library Association just released its list of banned book and Suzanne Collins joins an elite group of authors.
Or as an adult…don’t judge me. In honor of Banned Books Week here’s a few novels you can pull out of the attic in order to stick it to the man.
Godspeed noble high schooler. Most of the time I pass screen grabs from Yahoo Answers! off as hoaxes, but I really want this one to be true.
The American Library Association has released their list of the books most challenged by parents in 2009. Apparently parents still think that 1) their kids don’t watch television; 2) their kids actually use libraries; and 3) their kids can READ. Of course Twilight makes the list, but surprisingly not because of the shittacular writing.
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