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The books were to remain in the middle school section of the media center, the review concluded.

Writers' advocacy group PEN America calls the lawsuit the first of its kind. Gorman, who at 17 became the country’s National Youth Poet Laureate, said she wrote the poem so “all young people could see themselves in a historical moment,” and that she’s received countless letters and videos from children who were.

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This award-winning picture book by Peter Parnell, Justin Richardson, and Henry Cole is a true story of two male penguins named Roy and Silo in New York City’s Central Park.

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Here are 15 books PEN America says were most frequently banned from July 2021 through the first part of the 2022-23 school year.

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Banned Books Week, usually held in September, is an excellent time to teach a lesson on banned books.

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A lawsuit filed in federal court on Wednesday said that a Florida county violated the First Amendment by removing or restricting certain kinds of books from its. . .

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This award-winning picture book by Peter Parnell, Justin Richardson, and Henry Cole is a true story of two male penguins named Roy and Silo in New York City’s Central Park.

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This gallery features banned or challenged children's books, plus a literature guide or classroom activity for each book.

, removed 10 books from school libraries and restricted access to more than 150 others.

WASHINGTON, United States - The White House and advocates on Wednesday decried a Florida school's decision to remove the poem that celebrated author Amanda Gorman recited at President Joe Biden's inauguration from the elementary school portion of its library, calling the move censorship.