This is Banned Book Week, September 25-October 2; sponsored by the American Library Association in conjunction with several other organization, Banned Book Week is meant to call attention to our freedom to read what we want and the First Amendment of the US Constitution. Celebrate Banned Book Week by reading a book or part of a book that's been banned, either recently or one of the classics that's been frequently banned.
For a list of the top 100 banned and/or challenged books of the 20th century, go here: ALA top 100 banned books of 20th century
For more about Banned Book Week and the ALA's efforts to combat censorship, go here: ALA Banned Book Week
Explore the ALA site for more information about libraries, books, and advocacy/issues sponsored by the ALA.