Banned Book Week is September 27 through October 3. Go read a banned book to celebrate! There’s so many good ones.
Check out the American Library Association’s banned classics list for a good place to start.
I recently read Go Set a Watchman, and I would recommend it. Yes, as you may have heard, there’s some serious racism going on, but the book was written a long time ago. People were pretty racist then. That doesn’t excuse it, but it does explain it. And it’s an interesting story about family, love, and honor.
Re-reading the frequently banned classic To Kill a Mockingbird is a perfect celebration of Banned Book Week.
What are your reading plans?