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BookwormAHN
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Pickpick
LibrarianRyan Yeahh 2mo
melissajayne It‘s my favourite HP book as well. 2mo
Vansa My favourite 9f the series too! Truly magical. My favourite movie adaptation as well 2mo
TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!!! 2mo
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TheSpineView
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#Movie2BookRecs @Klou
Prompt: The King and I

Klou 👍📚🙂 3mo
TheSpineView @Klou 💙👑 3mo
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Hooked_on_books
This Book Is Gay | James Dawson
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Pickpick

This Book is Gay is a guide for young people on the things no one seems to tell you when you are gay/lesbian/questioning. It‘s so positive and necessary for young people, and I feel it would help those in need know they are normal and not alone. It‘s by no means all-inclusive but is great for what it is, so of course it‘s been #banned. 🙄

#Booked2020 #bookspinbingo free space

MariettaSG Where has it been banned? 2y
Hooked_on_books @MariettaSG Technically, it was challenged, but not banned in Wasilla, Alaska. Some people there said they didn‘t want any “gay books” in the library. It was moved to the adult nonfiction section and out of YA, which is a form of censoring it to me. 2y
MariettaSG Thanks @Hooked_on_books, we have very little by way of book bans in Oz so I as curious 2y
MariettaSG *was* 2y
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malloriebane
The Agony of Alice | Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
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No new reading update but I do however have a new blog post that went live today! I talk about how I went from a child who hated reading to a woman who can‘t put a book down!

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#bookblog #readingblog #readingaddict #letschat #bookchat #booktalk #bookishtalk

Clwojick 🤣🤣#relatable My foster mom used to have to pay me $20 to read for 10 minutes. Can someone please pay me $120/hr to read now? 3y
malloriebane @Clwojick right?! I wish someone would demand me to read now! Send me to my room to read all day everyday! 🤣🤣🤣 3y
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One_With_Books
Bridge to Terabithia | Katherine Paterson
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Decided on this as my banned book for the year. I don‘t think I am ready for the tears that will follow.
#banned #books #bannedbooks #reading #challenge

LibrarianRyan 😢 😢 😢Oh mannnn. Oh Mannnn. So good but so 😢 3y
Kaila-ann Definitely going to need tissues but it‘s such a good book. 3y
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bookandcat
The Agony of Alice | Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
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This week I completed my Phyllis Reynolds Naylor "Alice" collection - all 28 volumes (25 main series, 3 prequels. H.S. books are 3-in-1). I'm SO excited about it. I loved reading Alice McKinley when I was growing up and she ended up "in college" around the same time as me. These books are wonderful. Alice is like a best friend. I love how whether Alice is in 3rd grade or college, whether written in 1985 or 2013, her voice is still the same.

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BookBumming
The Hate U Give | Angie Thomas
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tpixie Interesting!! 3y
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BookBumming
Untitled | Unknown
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BookBumming The ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom tracked 347 challenges to library, school and university materials and services in 2018. Of the 483 books challenged or banned in 2018, the Top 11 Most Challenged Books are: 3y
BookBumming 1. George by Alex Gino
Reasons: banned, challenged, and relocated because it was believed to encourage children to clear browser history and change their bodies using hormones, and for mentioning “dirty magazines,” describing male anatomy, “creating confusion,” and including a transgender character
3y
BookBumming 2. A Day in the Life of Marlon Bundo by Jill Twiss, illustrated by EG Keller
Reasons: banned and challenged for including LGBTQIA+ content, and for political and religious viewpoints
3y
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BookBumming 3. Captain Underpants series written and illustrated by Dav Pilkey
Reasons: series was challenged because it was perceived as encouraging disruptive behavior, while Captain Underpants and the Sensational Saga of Sir Stinks-A-Lot was challenged for including a same-sex couple
3y
BookBumming 4. The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
Reasons: banned and challenged because it was deemed “anti-cop,” and for profanity, drug use, and sexual references
3y
BookBumming 5. Drama written and illustrated by Raina Telgemeier
Reasons: banned and challenged for including LGBTQIA+ characters and themes
3y
BookBumming 6. Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
Reasons: banned, challenged, and restricted for addressing teen suicide
3y
BookBumming 7. This One Summer by Mariko Tamaki, illustrated by Jillian Tamaki
Reasons: banned and challenged for profanity, sexual references, and certain illustrations
3y
BookBumming 8. Skippyjon Jones series written and illustrated by Judy Schachner
Reason: challenged for depicting stereotypes of Mexican culture
3y
BookBumming 9. The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian by Sherman Alexie
Reasons: banned and challenged for sexual references, profanity, violence, gambling, and underage drinking, and for its religious viewpoint
3y
BookBumming 10. This Day in June by Gayle E. Pitman, illustrated by Kristyna Litten
Reason: challenged and burned for including LGBTQIA+ content
3y
BookBumming 11. Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan
Reason: challenged and burned for including LGBTQIA+ content
3y
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fandom_hellspawn99
The Anarchist Cookbook | William Powell
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#AnarchyInTheUK I watch SLC Punk in middle with my friend and her parents and it was an experience of a lifetime, I'll never forget it!

#MarchIntoThe70s @Lizpixie @Cinfhen

IamIamIam Omigosh, we saw this in the theaters!!! I knew some crusty punks that I was friendly with but that was never my scene. I was all about pop punk & ska punk, though!!! 4y
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swynn
Strange Fruit | Lillian Eugenia Smith
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Pickpick

Published in 1944, this one begins with an interracial relationship and ends with a lynching and in between reads like a catalog of ugliness in the early-20th century American South. (And let's face it, not just the South). The prose is sometimes a bit overdone, but really it's the relentless angry-making subject matter that makes it a difficult read. Trigger warnings for, well, everything. Not perfect, but I'm calling it a pick for its insights.

Alfoster Remember loving this one too! 4y
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