Banned Books Project

Are you ready for Banned Books Week, September 21-28? It is hard to imagine that such books as “Huckleberry Finn,” “Harry Potter,” “Of Mice and Men,” and “Where’s Waldo?” are offensive enough to ban, but those are just a few on the American Library Association’s list of the Top 100 Banned Books, 1990-2000.

Do your part. Read a banned book. Or contribute by visiting the resource page of the ALA.

And check out the Banned Books Project from Michele at A Small Victory.

Support the Banned Books Project!

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One Response to Banned Books Project

  1. Ejen says:

    This is all the evidence one needs to realize that real culture and art get banned, yup banned by a beuracreacy that can not get a piece of its action…wow that sounded paranoid didn’t it…hehe

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