Celebrate Banned Books Week 2017 by showing how well you know these books from just a small section of their cover. Click Here to Take Our Quiz!
In celebration of Banned Books Week, I give you my favorite classic banned book/contemporary book pairing for your book club. Harper Lee’s classic To Kill a Mockingbird may be the most well known banned book, and is certainly in the running for most well known character from a banned book–Atticus Finch. A resilient lawyer with […]
The Random House Library Marketing Team is excited to join with hundreds of librarians, bookstores, and publishers to celebrate Banned Books Week (9/22-9/28). We’ve thought of a few ways to support the movement, and have gathered some great resources for your library. TAKE A PICTURE WITH A BANNED BOOK Show us you stand with us and that […]
Join hundreds of librarians, bookstores, and publishers as we Celebrate the Freedom to Read September 30 – October 6. We’ve gathered some great materials and resources for you to use as you plan your library’s participation. CENSORSHIP POSTER: Download our “Censorship Causes Blindness” posters. Poster 1 Poster 2 TEACHER’S GUIDES: Download our High School Teacher’s […]
Next week is Banned Books Week, a time to celebrate our right as Americans to read books of our own choosing, and a time to keep the issues of censorship and banned books front and center. Random House has put together a “First Amendment First Aid Kit” to help your library celebrate this week and […]
Just out today, In plenty of time for Banned Books Week comes the third volume of RHI magazine, an annual publication produced by our academic marketing department. This time around, we have articles from Ray Bradbury, Lois Lowry, Salman Rushdie, Billy Collins and Judy Blume, a new poem from Maya Angelou, and contributions from many […]