Does the rhetoric from book banners sound familiar, like we're in the 90s again? See if you can match the book banning rhetoric to its decade.
Several board members who voted to discipline the teacher had received financial donations from the parent who filed the complaint.
If you've ever seen baffling reading advice like "skim, skim, skim," you're probably seeing something aimed at the third category of reader.
Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee is withholding $110,000 from the library system until all "homosexual materials" are removed.
Bookstores are for profit businesses, so why do readers often feel obligated to help out when bookstores are struggling financially?
Reading is supposed to be an enjoyable hobby. So why do some of us book lovers have to motivate ourselves to do it?
I love books, especially the online bookish community. So why does reading sometimes feel more like a chore than a fun hobby?
The Streisand effect claims that banning a book will only make it more popular. But that ignores the inequity of censorship.
1 star reviews calling these books "trash" and advocating they be burned take the top review spots on Amazon. You can help change that.
Whether you're talking to a bookseller or watching a TikTok, you may be getting a rec from someone who hasn't read the book. And that's okay.