Celebrating Banned Books Week

Founded in 1982,  Banned Books Week promotes an author’s right to express a variety of  viewpoints and the public’s right to access them.  As part of its celebration of Banned Books Week, Simon & Schuster is highlighting Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451. Bradbury’s first novel is one of the nation’s most ironically censored books since it is, itself, a warning about losing the freedom to read.

To learn about Banned Books week or discover resources for schools, libraries, and organizations, visit the Banned Books Week website or The American Library Association’s site for Banned and Challenged Books

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