Reasoning: Profanity, encouraged disrespect of adults, death being central to the plot, encouraged secular humanism and/or satanism and blending of fantasy and reality.
Position on American Library Association List Of Banned Books 2000-2009: #28
Specific Example: Cromwell, Connecticut
Reasoning: Questioning God/religious uncertainty and inappropriate dealings with the onset of puberty.
Position on American Library Association List Of Banned Books 2000-2009: #99
Specific Example: So prevalent since the 1960s that news stories on it seem non-existant. Got an example? Leave it in the comments!
Reasoning: Profanity and the villain is never punished for her cruelty.
Position on American Library Association List Of Banned Books 2000-2009: #43
Specific Example: As with Judy Blume’s other novel, this book has been banned for decades so finding a specific example is pretty difficult. Have one for me? Leave it in the comments!
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