Take the Banned Book Challenge:
Visit the Pelham Public Library’s Fahrenheit 451: Banned Book Blog to set your goal and report on your progress. This blog also gives lists of banned books and links to other internet lists of banned books.
They make you ask questions.”
“I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.”Voltaire
I am going to try and read three – all written for the younger members of the human race:
2. On the Banks of Plum Creek by Laura Ingells Wilder – Banned because it “Contains references offensive to American Indian people.” Read 18/05/07 – see review here: Sally’s review Blog
3. Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince by JK Rowling – Banned because its “Main character engaged in wizardry, witchcraft, and magic-making; inappropriate for young readers; promotes witchcraft.” Read 30/06/07 – see review here: Sally’s review Blog