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Jeri Walker, Editor Oct 11
2018: Banning Books Silences Stories (Infographic)
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✏Stephanie Surratt📖 Oct 11
This would’ve been good for
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The Pillar Oct 16
What books did you go on a blind date with for banned books week? What was it banned for? Let us know in the replies! Videographer: Connor Maitland (check him out on Instagram @unlockedfilms7)
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Jeri Walker, Editor Oct 11
: Should We Ever Ban Books? by A. K. Andrew
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LMS Library Oct 16
Finally finished 165 Banned Books Week bookmarks for our students!
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Dupré Library Oct 15
September's Library Therapy was inspired by on September 23-29 and on September 17. Be free, be you!!! Freedom to be...
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Naimah Gooden Oct 10
Banned Books! But why? Is what heard all week.
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University Libraries Oct 15
Our October ULS Member of the Month is Annah Hackett, librarian ! Read about her pub trivia night and more at
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Christina Gordon Oct 12
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Sedbergh English Oct 15
20 books that young adult readers couldn't possibly handle. via
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Christine Case Oct 10
Yesss! I recently put up a display of banned books for in my middle school library and included HP. Now there’s a waitlist for THE SORCERER’S STONE a dozen kids deep, and teachers are jumping in to lend out classroom copies. Next gen HP!
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Sarah Fleming Oct 13
Replying to @SHKrajewski
I've been using them too with my 11-12th grade students. Like others in this thread, I used them to introduce themes, to prompt convos about joyful reading, to practice lit-crit, etc. We just read AND TANGO MAKES THREE last week during
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Felony Fiction Oct 16
For the 2018 , looks at the nine suspense, thriller, and mystery challenged and/or banned books in America in the past ten years. Yes, the banning of books still goes on, even in the 21st century!
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Alison Hewett Oct 10
Read some of the comments and threads under this... gold.
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St Dominic's Library Oct 10
Replying to @StDomLibrary
Our Banned Books Week display will be up for the rest of half term, so come in and take a look. All of these books have been banned at some point in some place... Details of where and why are on the library noticeboard!
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IndexCensorshipMag Oct 11
If you missed our webinar, in which we spoke about literature as sparking social movements for , you can now listen here online:
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Michael Pogach Oct 12
Just a reminder 2 weeks after : It's not the banned books that affect us. It's the banned voices. Voices of reason. Voices of compassion. Voices of acceptance. Voices of inclusion. Don't let the voices of ignorance & hate win
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Novel Conversations Oct 12
Did you miss our special blog post for at the end of September? We compiled a list of 5 books that you might want to read despite their “banned” badge. Check it out! 👇 📚
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Ms. Boismier 🤓 Oct 14
Letters to the North Pole? Nope. It’s just me getting ready to mail a massive pile of letters Ss wrote in support of authors for last month.
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Banned Books Week Oct 12
Have a mini with your weekend reading!
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