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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Catcher in the Rye, Forever … these are just a few of the books that have been banned in this country over the years.  This week, learn more about why books are banned.  Celebrate free speech by reading a banned book!

Visit Banned Books Week on MySpace and Facebook.

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About Donna B

Hi! My main hangout in the Library is the Teen Underground, but you'll find me wandering all over the building. Originally from Northeast Iowa, I've lived in the Chicago area long enough to boo the Packers; but not long enough to pick a side in the Sox-Vs-Cubs civil dispute. I geek out on ginger ale and black licorice, Pottermore sorted me into Slytherin, and if I were a dog I'd be a shiba inu.

One Response to “Banned Books Week”

  1. samrosemin

    There is a new book on 9/11 that I hope it won’t be banned. By the way 9/12 is the date, according to Newsweek magazine, that “Wall Street as we knew died”. for more go to 9/11andthebible.com

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