Monday, October 1, 2012

Pintertainment Weekly: Banned Books Week


celebrate banned books 


In honor of Banned or Challenged Books Week, I'm highlighting my favorite banned books from the library and photos from Pinterest.

To Kill A Mockingbird was  racist and contained offensive language.

Harry Potter was anti-family, cultist and violent.

Julie Of The Wolves also was too violent. 

Ditto Bridge To Terabithia.

The Adventures of Huck Finn was filled with abhorrent jargon.

Same with Roll Of Thunder Hear My Cry.

And Of Mice and Men.

Ernest Hemingway.

Ray Bradbury.

S.E. Hinton.

F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Toni Morrison.

Lois Lowry.

Banned Books display


Display idea for banned books week.



















 








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You can read my absolutely positively favorite post on banned books here.

Banned Books Week is September 29-October 6th. 
Go rouge and celebrate your freedom to read by visiting your local library today.

xoxo Michele

Why buy happiness when the library shares it. E-books, audio-books, and digital downloads are at your local library, just visit here or your local library website for complete information.

1 comment:

sheila said...

Hello! wanted to say Hi and let you know i stop, by but don't always comment. Did not know it was banned book week. thanks for keeping me informed! : D