The following list contains information about Banned Books Week, and also has library materials that are available for checkout.


About Banned Books Week:

Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read:

Banned and Challenged Classics:

General Collection

PR 6052 .U638 C52 1963, A clockwork orange / Anthony Burgess

PR 9199.3 .A8 H36 2006, The Handmaid’s Tale / Margaret Atwood

PS 3503 .R167 Z73 2015, Ray Bradbury and the Cold War / Joseph Kampff

PS 3545 .R815 N25 1998, Native Son 1st Perennial Classics ed. / Richard Wright

PS 3552 .L843 B58 1974, Blubber / Judy Blume

PS 3552 .U75 N35 2001, Naked lunch: the restored text / William S Burroughs

PS 3552 .U827 K56 1988, Kindred / Octavia Butler

PS 3561 .E769 F56 1966, Flowers for Algernon / Daniel Keyes

PS 3562 .O923 G58 1993, The giver / Lois Lowry

PS 3569 .A63 P87 1996, Push: a novel / Sapphire

PS 3571 .P4 R33 1996b, Rabbit, run / John Updike

PS 3572 .O5 S62 1969, Slaughterhouse-five / Kurt Vonnegut

Z 658 . U5 F64 1994, Banned in the USA: a reference guide to book censorship in schools and public libraries / Herbert N Foerstel


PS 3569 .E6 I5 1996, In the night kitchen / Maurice Sendak

PS 3569 .I47224 W44 1974, Where the Sidewalk Ends: the poems and drawings of Shel Silverstein / Shel Silverstein

PZ 7 .B227 L58 1972, Little Black Sambo / Helen Bannerman

Films on Demand

Lisa Appignanesi: Banned Books / From Title: Freedom of Expression Must Include the License to Offend: A Debate (UK version) / Intelligence 2. Ltd.

Why Books Are Banned / From Title: Writers and Censorship / TV Ontario

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