Sept 24 to Oct 1 is Banned Book Week, according to the American Library Association
. Their web site encourages you to celebrate your freedom by reading a banned book. I participate in Banned Book Week last year and I plan to drop by the library later today and pick up a book or two from the ALA's list of the top 100 challenged books
of the past ten years. Also, here's another list of books
that have been challenged or banned at one time in history. A good list of choices there as well.
Will anyone else be joining me in reading a banned book?