Banned Book Week 2014 – Posts and Giveaways
Here is the list of all who participated this year in the Banned Book Posts and Giveaways. Please stop by and see what they wrote about and why Banned Books are important.
Tracy at Uncharted Parent is talking about The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison and there is a giveaway!
Jennifer at The Book Den talks about her experience reading The Great Gatsby!
Stormi at Books, Movies, Reviews! Oh My! Posted about censorship with some great quotes!
Jenna from Lost Generation Reader has a giveaway for a banned book of your choice!
Vicki at Reading At The Beach has a review of the banned book, The Call Of The Wild by Jack London
Felicia at The Geeky Bloggers Book Blog talks about Book Banning In Texas as well as her super cool library and banned books AND a super cool giveaway too!
Sue at Book by Book shares her thoughts on Book Banning and what she is reading this week – great thoughts on banning!
Holly At Gun In Act One (what a fun blog name!) writes a passionate post about the ridiculousness of trying to protect our kids from reading about drugs, alcohol, etc.. when the outcome of this use in the books is truly a reason to not do any of the above! Seriously – check out this fun and meaningful post!
Kym at My Book Nook shares her thoughts on the banned book, The Glass Castle by Jeanette Walls
Erin at Quixotic Magpie talks about the banning of Judy Blume’s Blubber. (She has a great quote about bullying on this post!)
Over at Eclectic Alli there is talk about Favorite Banned Books!
My close encounter with Of Mice and Men and a Giveaway too!
Jennifer at The Relentless Reader reviewed Fun Home by Alison Bechdel a book I had never read (or heard of!) but now want to!
Elle at The Erratic Project Junkie talks about when censorship backfires – right there in her own corner of the world. It is a great post!
Wesley at Library Educated (love that name!) rants about Why The Caged Bird Sings in a passionate way that will make you want to read the book!
Julia at Diary Of Word Nerd talks about Perks Of Being a Wallflower and a chance to win a gift card!
Kimberly at Truly Simply Pink talk about her favorite banned book and what The Huffington Post is saying this week.
Guy Vestal from Counter Culture Critic writes a passionate post of where censorship starts.
Heather at Based On a True Story writes about “Is Book Banning Ever Ok?“