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Why Teachers Should Let Students Read Manga by Luis, 8th Grade
Mrs. Moye let me read manga for most of the year. […]
From Olivia Biggs (Senior Editor, Pixl Parade, Find her on Twitter): Did you know that some books have actually been banned in America? That’s right! Even in the land of the free, parents and educators have been known to push popular books out of libraries and schools, some […]
This week is Banned Books Week (hooray!). Banned Books Week is one of my favorites. I always find it helpful to talk first about how books are classically banned. This video from ALA is great:
This often leads well into a question and answer period where we […]
If you want to fight this censorship, visit ALA’s Banned Books Week Get Involved site for help on how to fight!
Thank you Emma from invaluable for providing this Infographic to kick off Banned Books Week!
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