Banned Books Week

It’s  Banned Books Week in the U.S. It is time to remember to celebrate our freedom to read (and write) whatever we choose. Whether it’s (GASP!) sex, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender, inequality, witches and wizards, vampires, mental illness, science, cultures, politics, drugs, or just fun fiction, don’t let someone else decide what you are allowed to explore through books.

Here are just a few of my most beloved challenged books:

Which banned books do you love?

100 Top Banned/Challenged Books 2000-2009

100 Most Frequently Challenged Books 1990-2000



3 thoughts on “Banned Books Week

  1. Wow, I’m shocked at some of the titles that are on the list for the 2000 – 2009 timeframe. And I’m just that more motivated to go out and purchase a bunch of them that I don’t already own. 🙂

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