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Banned Books We LURVE

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It’s Teen Reading Week on SparkLife, chilluns! And what better way to celebrate the freedom to read than by calling attention to books that have been banned or challenged by censors? Some of our favorite titles have drawn the ire of the resident moral guardians; read on to find out which ones!

Topics: Books, Life
Tags: his dark materials, books we love, where the wild things are, ya novels, ender's game, controversy, john green, the perks of being a wallflower, the giver, looking for alaska, phillip pullman, harry potter series, sherman alexie, banned books, farenheit 451, eleanor and park, teen reading week, banned novels, controversial books, they may take our lives but they will never take our harry potter

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