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ALA and Sourcebooks Publish a Banned Books Reading Challenge

ALA’s book publishing imprint, ALA Editions | ALA Neal-Schuman, joined forces with publisher Sourcebooks to release an interactive recommended reading list of banned or challenged books: “Read These Banned Books: A Journal and 52-Week Reading Challenge.” Available via ALA’s bookstore or in bookstores across the U.S., it “presents readers with a different banned or challenged book to explore each week.”

ALA shares, “Each recommended title features a synopsis, review, and prompt for reflection, drawing on the expertise of editors from the association and its book review magazine Booklist, delving into why the book was censored. The titles span categories and genres, from fantasy and graphic novel to nonfiction and romance, but all have been challenged or banned at some point.”

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