Did you know that the majority of books that are challenged or banned are for young adults?
This week the American Library Association puts on their annual celebration of our right to read. The ability to choose what we want to read (free of judgement) ensures that everyone has similar rights. That includes teens!
This year the library's teen and children's librarians are showcasing some of your favorite books that were recently challenged in states across the country.
The Washington Post recently wrote a piece on Banned Books Week, sharing why sometimes people challenge books. If you have any questions about why the public library is against censorship, ask teen librarian, Erica Gauquier.
Are you a Comics fan? Read about challenges to comics from the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund.