Free the Books! Celebrate the Freedom to Read!

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Fahrenheit 451

Did you know that over 11,000 books have been challenged since Banned Books Week began in 1982? Celebrate your freedom to read and check out a banned book today!

The library enthusiastically supports an individuals freedom to choose what they read and to express their own unique opinions. Having multiple viewpoints available to you is a fundamental right that libraries work hard to protect.

What is your favorite banned book? Some famous banned books include:

Here are some great Young Adult Fiction that has been challenged that may interest you!

Comments

That's great that there's Banned Book Week, people should have the freedom of reading whatever they want!!

A few of my favorite children's works also have been challenged repeatedly. I am so grateful for the First Amendment and intellectual freedom in the United States.

*Captain Underpants (series), by Dav Pilkey
*And Tango Makes Three by Peter Parnell and Justin Richardson
*Scary Stories (series) by Alan Schwartz
*King and King, by Linda de Haan
*Junie B. Jones (series), by Barbara Park

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