year we look forward to spreading the word about Banned Books Week.We participate by making a display on our
large octagon table with books that have either been banned or challenged in
schools or libraries sometime in their published history.These challenges go back to the 1500s and
stretch throughout history up to and including this year.Every year books are challenged and banned. In every case, the American Library
Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom is there to defend the book under
scrutiny.Support your local bookstores
and libraries by reading a banned book.
more information you can visit: http://www.ala.org/bbooks/bannedbooksweek