Banned Books Week begins tomorrow. Click here for the official press kit.
I happen to be one of those librarians who wears her "I read banned books" pin all year round, but I am always looking for new ways to celebrate Banned Books Week.
Thanks to the folks who put out the weekly American Libraries Direct, a newsletter that goes out to ALA members, I found this article entitled, "The Dirty Dozen: Twelve Books Guaranteed To Turn (Almost) Anyone Into a Censor."
The ALA Direct newsletter also suggested this traveling expedition of 50 books that are "Mad, bad, and dangerous to read," produced by the city of London's public libraries.
Check them out! And keep reading whatever you want, whenever you want.
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