Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Banned Books Week Freedom to Read Celebration


I want to honor Banned Books Week by having a special Literary Friday link party on Friday, October 5th.  Let's celebrate our freedom to read by writing a post about our favorite banned book, and linking-up!

I wonder which book I will re-read and post about.  Here are three contenders:


There will be prizes for a few lucky winners, too!  :D

If you would like to read a list of classics that have been either banned or challenged, please click here for the link.

I hope that y'all will celebrate our freedom to read this month.  Will you join me?

Until next time...

Happy reading!
Ricki Jill
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Welcome to Art @ Home! My name is Ricki Jill Treleaven, and this is where I share creative living with a Southern accent. Live since 2010, Art @ Home is for the reader who wants to discover creative ways to enjoy home through decorating, cooking, reading, and creative projects. I also chronicle the adventures of my busy family.


  1. The banned books always baffle me. Thanks for sharing the link. I have a feeling my daughter is going to love to see it.

  2. Those are some good banned books-- you have a difficult choice. Hmmm...I think I've got one in mind.

  3. A wrinkle in time, that was the first book that my father read to me that I can vividly remember. I loved it, loved him reading it to me and I think it is why I love sci-fi books now. Of the three you posted I would read that one again. It is also my very best friends favorite book.

    Guess I need to go find a banned book so I can take part.


  4. Goodness me was Harry Potter banned in the USA?

  5. I read "A Wrinkle in Time" in college (children's lit class) and loved it. I can't believe it's a banned book.

  6. Replies
    1. Harry Potter has been banned and challenged often. I think it is interesting to see the list of banned and challenged books. I think our freedom to read is far too important. Not that we should read everything out there....we definitely need to be parents and make good choices within the home. But I believe in our freedoms, and that individuals should make the decision, not institutions.

  7. Oh I am so doing this. All the books you have are very good books and I do not see what or why they would be banned or challenged.


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