challenged books

While it would be great if we were past the whole "banning books" thing, the fact remains that hundreds of books have their
It's a sad truth, but some of our favorite books continue to be challenged and banned worldwide. While we think that it's
In America we celebrate many liberties, among them the freedom to publish. The logical consequence of the right to produce books is the freedom to read. Now, this may be a "chicken or egg" dilemma, but whichever way you look at it, one action should naturally follow the other.
A committee ultimately decided that the book could stay on shelves, but it was moved to the "reference" section and can only
Oh, for heavens sakes. A guy named Richard Swier in Florida thinks that SPEAK is "child pornography."
Remember when threw your TV remote across the room, hid your smart phone beneath your couch cushion and vowed that you and
Following last Saturday's colloquium at Simmons, I had an interesting dinner conversation with Megan Whalen Turner and Virginia
Held annually during the last week of September, Banned Books Week highlights the benefits of intellectual freedom and draws