Katie, Victoria, Heather and Stephanie make up the members of this lecture.  We’ve looked at the censorship of young adult literature and children’s literature from a variety of perspectives. Take your time to scroll through the various links to our portions of the lecture, but just know that when you click on the “home” link, it functions like a blog, so all of the selections are compiled there.  To read each section individually, scroll back to the top of the page and click among the various links. We hope that you enjoy the range of diversity on this topic, and that you avail yourselves of the additional resources that each section offers.  Each section ends with a small photo of middle school student art work that visualizes ways in which schools can promote a student’s right to read. Enjoy!

Read Anywhere, Anytime.

Read Anywhere, Anytime.


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