I have not heard anything about the challenge to TWISTED in Kentucky yet.
This week's entries at A.Word.A.Day all deal with censorship. (Thanks to a friend in Maine for the tip!)
And this was sort of buried in Tuesday's post. "The Kids’ Right to Read project is a collaboration of the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression (ABFFE) and the National Coalition Against Censorship (NCAC), which offers support, education, and advocacy to people facing book challenges or bans and engages local activists in promoting the freedom to read." [text from their website]
If you are a reader upset with a censorship issue in your school, an educator who knows of a book being challenged, or anyone else who has to deal with attempts to ban books, check out the KRRP website.
Off to try and write now.
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