Banned Books Week is rolling strong, and today's events include webinars, comics as inspiration, readings, Salman Rushdie and Laila Lalami, and so. much. trivia! Be sure to visit the Banned ... Read More
The American Library Associations Office for Intellectual Freedom compiles an annual list of the most challenged and banned books. Normally, that list is only ten titles long, but this year’s ... Read More
Don’t be left in the dark this Banned Books Week (Sept. 22-28, 2019). The American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom (OIF) offers several resources and activities for libraries and ... Read More
Are you getting ready to celebrate Banned Books Week? Then don't miss the Celebrate Banned Books Week Handbook, which is available now to read digitally and will be making its first-ever print ... Read More
It's National Library Week, which means the American Library Associations Office for Intellectual Freedom has unveiled the most challenged books of 2018. Normally, that list is only ten titles long, ... Read More
Banned Books Week is the annual celebration of the freedom to read. The event is sponsored by a coalition of organizations dedicated to free expression, including American Booksellers for Free Expression, American Library Association, American Society of Journalists and Authors, Amnesty International USA, Association of University Presses, Authors Guild, Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, Foundation for Individual Rights and Expression (FIRE), Freedom to Read Foundation, GLAAD, Index on Censorship, National Book Foundation, National Coalition Against Censorship, National Council of Teachers of English, PEN America, People For the American Way Foundation, PFLAG, and Project Censored. It is endorsed by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress. Banned Books Week also receives generous support from HarperCollins Publishers and Penguin Random House.