During Banned Book Week, Readers Explore What It Means To Challenge Texts

From Emily Bogle from NPR

An NPR article by Elizabeth Blair, this article explores the shift in banned books. In 2020 most of the books that were banned shifted from the traditional Catcher in the Rye to books that dealt with racism and discrimination. The article also discusses some of the authors opinions on their books being banned.

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Hi! My name is Emily Terifay. I am a current student at Clarion University and studying to become a Librarian. I love books and reading, my favorite genres are fantasy and sci-fi. I also have a mini library at my house and I add more books to it at least every two months. I also have two guinea pigs, Timothy and Lemon who are adorable, if not a little annoying at times.