Hello and happy Thursday everyone! Throughout the week, I’ve been finding interesting articles about various topics that fall under the Banned Books Week theme, so I thought, why not share them? The first article I found is about a librarian in New Jersey named Martha Hickson who created an app called Demo Defense to helpContinue reading “Banned Books Week 2022: Banned Books News Highlights”
Hey everyone, and welcome to the third day of Banned Books Week! Since today is Tuesday, it’s time for another Top Ten Tuesday… but I’m putting my own twist on the prompt.
As a Bookshop affiliate, I get a small commission if you purchase anything through the book links in this post. Since it is Banned Books Week, and the beginning of October, let’s discuss banned horror books! Horror books faced a lot of challenges and bans in the 90’s especially, when there was more of aContinue reading “BEDIO: 6 Banned Books to Read in October”
The Color Purple was first published in 1982, was made into a movie in 1985 (it was Whoopi Goldberg’s breakthrough role, which led to her Academy Award nomination for Best Actress and winning her first Golden Globe), and then was made into a musical in 2005. It is a story of the lives of BlackContinue reading “Banned Book Week: The Color Purple by Alice Walker”
Welcome back to my Banned Books Week posts! Today we’ll be talking about a specific book that has faced its own fair share of censorship/challenges/bans, despite being a book criticizing the practice. “The classic bestseller about censorship-more important now than ever before”, according to the cover’s tagline, Fahrenheit 451 is a book you may haveContinue reading “Banned Book Week: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury”