Read a Banned Book

Today marks the start of Banned Books week, in which we all celebrate books that have been banned or challenged. It’s a celebration of the freedom of speech and the right to think on our own. To commemorate it, I’m going to read Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five because it’s often banned and I’ve never read it. I’m also going to read It’s So Easy And Other Lies by Duff McKagan because it’s BAND book. Har har. Want to join in? The American Library Association published the list of books most often challenged or banned in 2010-2011. Check it out, it might surprise you. And read a book, banned or not.

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