I read banned books
This week is a week to honor the literary greats. The authors who challenged our minds and pushed the boundaries of many. Their works may be centuries of years old, but their messages are timeless and classic. Yet these books are under attack on many different fronts. This week is Banned Books Week.
Many of the books I have read come from the top banned and challenged books list. I see this list as sort of a challenge. If someone is going to take the time to complain about its content and plot lines, then I am going to take the time to read it and support the author.
From the third grade through my senior year in high school, I devoured “Harry Potter.” My books are so worn. You can just plop any of them down, and they will lay flat. Those books are loved. What girl wouldn’t love a strong female character who is both smart and brave. Hermione is a wonderful role model. Better than the tongue-wagging, drug-doping celebrities we have today. Those who oppose it say it’s anti-family, endorses the occult and Satanism, and is violent. When I look at the plot, I see mystery, room for growth and understanding, and it shows that a family doesn’t have to be the typical nuclear family.
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