Roald Dahl’s children’s books have been censored and banned consistently for their adult themes of violence, sexual inferences, profanity, and overall themes of “disobedience.” But as Timothy Donnelly says in this week’s podcast, reading these beautiful books to children “can help them move through the world less freaked out, less ignorant, less afraid.” Celebrate Banned Books Week with Dahl’s take on Little Red Riding Hood, originally a part of the 2013 PEN event Paradise Banned: Poetry Readings from Banned Books.