Robyn’s Top 3 Classic “Banned Books”

This week – in honor of Banned Books Week – Robyn from our Darrington Library has a list of her top 3 classic books that have at one point or another inspired outrage and demands for censorship throughout the United States. Take it away, Robyn! “I am something of a rebel in disguise. Although this […]

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Readers’ Corner: Banned Books

Did you know that this week is Banned Books Week? From September 24-30, we celebrate our freedom to read, write, and think however we like. Free and equal access to information of all types is the foundation of the public library, so we think it’s important to fight against censorship that would silence the great diversity […]

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Readers’ Corner: Banned Books

Happy Banned Books Week, everyone! This week we celebrate the freedom to read. Here in the public library, we are huge fans of free and open access to all types of information, and we support the freedom to seek out and express ideas, even unpopular ones. Take some time this week to learn more about why certain […]

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Readers’ Corner: Banned Books

It’s Banned Books Week, and this year the focus is on young adult literature. This week’s featured booklist includes a variety of banned books, new and old. Celebrate your freedom to read by checking out one of these great books. And learn more about why libraries fight censorship by celebrating Banned Books Week. Happy reading! […]

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