Read More Banned Books! (It’s Banned Books Week)

It’s Banned Books Week! Which means, it’s time to appreciate those books that have been banned or challenged by schools, libraries, or governments. Books have been banned for all sorts of reasons, whether it’s for political reasons like 1984, Animal Farm, Dr. Zhivago, and The Jungle; religious reasons like The Da Vinci Code, The Satanic […]

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Reading Recommendations: Banned Books (Diverse Books Edition)

Next week is Banned Books Week! I haven’t quite decided which banned book(s) I will be reading, but I still wanted to share a few of my favorite banned books. Last year, I shared my favorite banned classics, so this year, I want to share some of my favorite diverse banned books. There are so […]

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Recommended Reading: Banned Books (Classics Edition)

This is one of my favorite weeks of the year: Banned Books Week. I kind of accidentally celebrated a week early (by rereading one of the books on this list), but I don’t really limit my reading of banned books to one week a year, so it’s okay. Still, I wanted to celebrate somehow, and […]

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Weekly Wrap Up – October 1

This week was Banned Books Week, which really helped get me out of my reading slump. I ended up reading a total of five books – two of which I read for banned book week – and am currently working on another two. The first book I finished this week is a book I received […]

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What I’m Reading – September 29

It’s been a while since I’ve done a What I’m Reading post, and I thought today would be a great time for an update. It is currently Banned Books Week, so I’m tackling a few banned books this week and wanted to share. I’ll talk more about my thoughts on some of these books in […]

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Banned Book-a-thon TBR

It’s Banned Books Week again! This year, I’m participating in the Banned Book-a-thon, hosted by Catrina aka Little Book Owl. It starts today, and runs through October 1. I love reading banned books, because I don’t think books should necessarily be censored (and I’m a reading rebel). Obviously, there are books on this list children […]

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