September 30th, 2011


A danger to society?

In honor of banned book week , here are a few popular books that made the list of the American Library Association’s Top 100 Banned/Challenged Books: 2000-2009. 

(Yup, Harry Potter, Toni Morrison, Judy Blume and Harper Lee make appearances)


Reblogged from PBS NewsHour
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    This is bullshit….
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    wow, i’ve read a good third of the top 50 :D haha, the giver, and captain underpants
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    A danger to society? (PHOTO: LANSING PUBLIC LIBRARY VIA FLICKR) (via newshour)
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    ok looking at these shelves, some of these don’t make that much sense.
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