- Children’s Literature: Braving Our Endangered World
Children’s Literature: Braving Our Endangered World
Writers for children and young adults show how people interact with nature, and reveal the world as a fascinating and ever-changing place with troubles all its own—rising temperatures, shrinking ice caps, and decreasing biodiversity.
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AP English instructor assigned the book 'So You've Been Publicly Shamed' by @jonronson; parents complained over its content; and now the principal is being terminated over it.
Authors! Book bans are surging across the country. This surge is not random. It has in part been driven by organized online forums and even some political campaigns. If your book has been challenged, here’s a thread on what you can do. #bannedbooks #freadom #booktwitter
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