The last week in September is always Banned Book Week: a good time to be thankful for intellectual freedom and the First Amendment!
Here are some great links if you're interested in learning more:
- The American Library Association's Banned Books site
- 10 ways to celebrate banned books week from the New York Times
- A list of Banned Books that'll make you shake your head
- The most banned graphic novels in 2010 from the Huffington Post
And if you've ever read Harry Potter, Animal Farm, or the American Heritage Dictionary (click here to read more about that one!), or hundreds of other books (including many of the classics), you too can say: