Tuesday, October 03, 2000

Last week was banned books week: January Magazine highlights the American Library Association's list of the 100 books whose existence in a public or school library collection was "challenged" most by librarygoers or parents over the past decade, from Maya Angelou to Mark Twain to Judy Blume. Blume actually has 5 books on the list. Thanks to CD for the tip. The whole thing is rather quaint, isn't it?

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