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Most Banned Books 2015 Most Banned Books 2015

recommended by AL_PAMELAB
Arapahoe Libraries own copies of all 10 of the most frequently challenged titles of 2015 as compiled by the American Library Association.
Arapahoe Libraries own copies of all 10 of the most frequently challenged titles of 2015 as compiled by the American Library Association.
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We Need Diverse Books: Sherman Alexie We Need Diverse Books: Sherman Alexie

By AL_ALYX
Celebrate the freedom to choose what you want to read.
Celebrate the freedom to choose what you want to read.
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Stand Up For Your Right to Read Stand Up For Your Right to Read

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Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the v…
Banned Books Week is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it highlights the v…
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The Picture Books "They" Don't… The Picture Books "They" Don't…

recommended by AL_MOLLIE
Banned Books Week celebrates your right to make up your own mind about what you read. The titles on this list were at one time challenged (…
Banned Books Week celebrates your right to make up your own mind about what you read. The titles on this list were at one time challenged (…
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Banned Books Week Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week is happening September 25-October 1 this year. Use this website to find more information: lists, top challenges, and more.
Banned Books Week is happening September 25-October 1 this year. Use this website to find more information: lists, top challenges, and more.
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Banned But Not Forgotten Banned But Not Forgotten

recommended by AL_KELSEY
Banned Books Week is September 25 - October 1, 2016. It is at this time, libraries celebrate Intellectual Freedom--the freedom to choose th…
Banned Books Week is September 25 - October 1, 2016. It is at this time, libraries celebrate Intellectual Freedom--the freedom to choose th…
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