One of literature’s best qualities is its ability to start difficult conversations. But at Writer’s Relief, we know that very same quality has led to books being challenged or even banned. Banned Books Week (September 23-29) celebrates these books and the freedom to...
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Once upon a time, book banning (and book burning!) involved books that were considered too dangerous for children or adults. But these days, books that are banned tend to be those written for young adult and child readers—not for adults. What makes discussions of...
We’re coming up on Banned Book Week, when libraries and other public institutions across the country remind us that freedom of speech—and the freedom to read—still has its challenges. Check out this video from the American Library Association listing the top ten books...
It may be hard to believe, but many books we now call classics and must-reads were once considered immoral and dangerous. Even today, there are still attempts to restrict or remove these books from school reading lists or libraries. The American Library Association...
What better way to celebrate the summer season than by reading an excellent, summer-themed book? We recommend acclaimed author Judy Blume’s adult realistic fiction hit Summer Sisters (1998). Unexpected and unforgettable, this book is simultaneously heartwarming and...
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