ALA and Sourcebooks release a challenge to read banned books

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ALA and Sourcebooks release a challenge to read banned books

ALA’s book publisher, ALA Publishing | ALA Neal Schumanassociates with the publisher Source Books to publish an interactive recommended reading list of banned or disputed books: “Read These Forbidden Books: A 52-Week Journal and Reading Challenge.” Available through the ALA Bookstore or at bookstores across the United States, it “introduces readers to a different banned or challenged book to explore each week.”

ALA shares, “Each recommended title includes a synopsis, review, and prompt for reflection, drawing on the expertise of the association’s editors and its book review magazine. List of books, exploring why the book was censored. The titles span categories and genres, from fantasy and graphic novel to non-fiction and romance, but all have been challenged or banned at some point.

For more information, read the Press release.

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