Banned Books Week continues with this question provided by the ALA.org:
As Banned Books Week continues, our question of the day provided by ALA.org is:
This week there are many events happening and one such event is the fifth annual Banned Books Week Virtual Read-Out! Here’s more information from ALA”s website:
For the third year in a row, the sponsors of Banned Books Week are encouraging readers from across the country and around the world to participate in the Banned Books Virtual Read-Out and will feature an Internet read out of banned and challenged books. These videos will be featured on the special Banned Books Week Virtual Read-Out YouTube channel.
While readers of all types are welcomed, ALA strongly encourages libraries to participate. To learn more information about you and your library can participate, visit ALA’s virtual readout page. So far, the YouTube channel features many videos from librarians and library goers. View them below:
On this first day of celebrating the freedom to read and diversity in books, here’s a question provided by ALA.org:
Please post your answers in the comment section below. I’ll also featured this question on my Instagram and Facebook pages.
Today is the first day of Banned Books Week and why not begin with this free webinar titled Fifty Shades of Banned Books Week. Provided by the American Library Association, this webinar provides tips and information about Banned Books Week. The webinar originally took place last month, but the recording and slides are available for free download.
Here’s the description:
Tired of the same old displays and yellow caution tape? Want to engage your community with thoughtful programming and information about the freedom to read? Join ALA’s Office for Intellectual Freedom during this FREE WEBINAR to discover 50 ideas, tips, and resources to have a successful Banned Books Week.