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Censored; Don’t Open; Banned!!!!. By: Ahmed Issa. Banning Books. Every year books are challenged, some are banned and some are not. Pico Case. “Local school boards may not remove books from school library shelves simply because they dislike the ideas contained in those books …”
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Edited; Don\'t Open; Banned!!!! By: Ahmed Issa

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Banning Books Every year books are tested, some are banned and some are most certainly not.

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Pico Case "Neighborhood school sheets may not expel books from school library retires essentially in light of the fact that they hate the thoughts contained in those books … " — U.S. Preeminent Court in Board of Education, Island Trees School District v. Pico (1982)

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Published in 1884, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn , by Mark Twain has been banned on social grounds. Harmony Public Library called the book "trash appropriate just for the slums," when it initially banned the novel in 1885. The references and treatment of African Americans in the novel mirror the time about which it was composed, yet a few faultfinders have thought such dialect unseemly for study and perusing in schools and libraries.

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Published in 1932, Aldous Huxley\'s Brave New World has been banned with dissensions about the dialect utilized, also ethical quality issues. Overcome New World is an ironical novel, with a stringent division of the classes, medications, and free love. The book was banned in Ireland in 1932; and the book has been banned and tested in schools and libraries over the United States. On grumbling was that the novel "centered around negative activity."

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First distributed in 1951, The Catcher in the Rye points of interest 48 hours in the life of Holden Caulfield. The novel is the main novel-length work by J.D. Salinger, and its history has been beautiful. The Catcher in the Rye is renowned as the most controlled, banned and tested book somewhere around 1966 and 1975 for being "obscene," with a "excess of profane dialect, sexual scenes, and things concerning moral issues."

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Fahrenheit 451 is about book smoldering and oversight (the title alludes to the temperature at which paper blazes), yet the theme hasn\'t spared the book from its own involvement with contention and restriction. A few words and expressions (for instance, "hell" and "damn") in the book have been regarded unseemly and/or offensive. Fahrenheit 451 boycott video.

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The Lord of the Flies is a novel by William Golding. Prior to the book was at long last distributed, it was turned around more than 20 distributers. The book is around a gathering of school young men who make their own human advancement. In spite of the way that The Lord of the Flies was a blockbuster, the novel has been banned and tested - in light of the "excessive savagery and terrible language." For his assortment of work, William Golding got the Nobel Prize for writing and he was knighted.

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Published in 1937, John Steinbeck\'s Of Mice and Men has been oftentimes banned on social grounds. The book has been called "offensive" and "vulgar" as a result of the dialect and portrayal. Each of the characters in Of Mice and Men are influenced by physical, passionate, or mental restrictions. At last, the American Dream is insufficient. A standout amongst the most questionable points in the book is willful extermination.

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To Kill a Mockingbird is the main novel by Harper Lee. The book has been regularly banned and tested on sexual and social grounds. Not just does the novel talk about racial issues in the South, yet the book includes a white lawyer (Atticus Finch) shielding a dark man against assault charges (and all that such a resistance involves). The focal character is a young lady (Scout Finch) in a story about growing up - laden with social and mental issues.

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Top Ten Challenged Authors 1990 to 2004 1. Alvin Schwartz 2. Judy Blume 3. Robert Cormier 4. J.K. Rowling 5. Michael Willhoite 6. Katherine Paterson 7. Stephen King 8. Maya Angelou 9. R.L. Stine 10. John Steinbeck

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"10 Most Challenged Books of 2006" "And Tango Makes Three" by Justin Richardson and Peter Parnell, for homosexuality, against family, and unsuited to age gather; "Prattle Girls" arrangement by Cecily Von Ziegesar for homosexuality, sexual substance, drugs, unsuited to age gathering, and hostile dialect; "Alice" arrangement by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor for sexual substance and hostile dialect; "The Earth, My Butt, and Other Big Round Things" via Carolyn Mackler for sexual substance, hostile to family, hostile dialect, and unsuited to age assemble; "The Bluest Eye" by Toni Morrison for sexual substance, hostile dialect, and unsuited to age amass; "Unnerving Stories" arrangement by Alvin Schwartz for mysterious/Satanism, unsuited to age gathering, savagery, and obtuseness; "Athletic Shorts" by Chris Crutcher for homosexuality and hostile dialect; "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" by Stephen Chbosky for homosexuality, sexually unequivocal, hostile dialect, and unsuited to age aggregate; "Dearest" by Toni Morrison for hostile dialect, sexual substance, and unsuited to age bunch; and "The Chocolate War" by Robert Cormier for sexual substance, hostile dialect, and viciousness.

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Banned Books Week Public Service Announcements Banned Books Week is a week of supporting banned books by understanding them. Visit the ALA site to see when banned book week is this year.

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Banned Book read-out video. Another parent who needs to boycott a book. Prohibited Library containing banned and tested books and the reasons why they were banned or tested.

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How To Save a Book from Banning A youngsters book being banned in light of the fact that the penguin in it is gay. Oversight Page Yet another banned book site.

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Banned Books Video\'s (That this school isn\'t blocking)

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Read Banned Books!

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