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"50 Shades Darker," E.L. James; offensive language, sexually explicit, unsuited to age group. "The Catcher in the Rye," J.D. Salinger; "blasphemous" language, unsuited to age group.
The list includes classics such as The Great Gatsby , The Catcher in the Rye , The Grapes of Wrath , To Kill a Mockingbird and The Lord of the Flies . More recent controversies swirled around The Hunger Games , Captain Underpants , and And Tango Makes Three , a popular children's picture book. “A lot of the titles are rather stunning,” said Bruce DeLaney, owner of Rediscovered Books ...
My one fatal flaw in accepting this Hypable staff challenge was thinking that picking just five books that have stayed with me long after I put them back on the shelf would be easy. Spoiler alert: it wasn’t. There’s a book challenge going around various social media sites right now that requires you to list […] The post Hypable staff challenge: The books that define Pamela Gocobachi appeared ...
As entrepreneurs, we have the opportunity for unlimited income. But when sales go soft, the comfort of a steady paycheck can seem awfully attractive. And what happens when a red month turns into a red quarter? The future success of your business can all of a sudden seem in peril. [...]
Granada and Chaucer's display forbidden works in their windows.
STARKVILLE — In protest of censorship, Mississippi State University Libraries leaders organized a “Read-Out” for faculty and staff to share sections of historically suppressed books.
I read banned books so it’s no surprise that I support the American Library Association’s (ALA) Banned Book Week every September. Over the years, many great books have been challenged and even censored.
Except for his convincing Liverpudlian accent, John R. Waters barely looks or sounds anything like the subject of “Lennon: Through a Glass Onion.” So if you’re expecting a “Rain”-style re-creation...
EUGENE, Ore — Celebrate your right to read during Banned Books Week. The American Library Association started the annual event in 1982 to raise awareness of freedom of speech through celebrating challenged books. Since the the event’s launch, more than 11,000 books have been challenged. Individuals and groups still request schools and libraries to remove … Continue reading »
AMBOY – The joy of reading isn't just for children and there is an adult group that is making sure they don't lose it.
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