Oh Wow. Banning books in my opinion is just not right. It limits the knowledge that children can gain from these books. A lot of books have important themes in them that need to be taught. Like Blubber- one of the most realistic books that I’ve ever read about the consequences of bullying in children. Alice in Wonderland is one of the best books I’ve ever read. Everything can be seen, the way that Alice grows too big or shrinks suddenly: It’s a commentary on being unfamiliar with her body as she grows-important for children to learn that they will feel that way as they mature. I agree, banning books is done by people with small brains. Anybody banning books is only looking at the surface level and not grasping the real meaning of a book.


10 Stupidly Banned Children’s Books
by Her Ladyness, December 9, 2012

Let’s get one thing immediately straight, banning books is stupid, done by cowards with small brains.  No book should be banned.

As children, most of us are exposed to books in one form or another. Some of us come from a family of bookworms, while others recoil at the sight of a meaty book. However, did you know that many of the books you either read or had read to you as children were at one point banned? Here are ten banned children’s books, forced from the shelves for at least a little while in history—some were written in days long past, and others mere decades ago.

A.A. Milne

Winnie-the-Pooh has been introduced and reintroduced to generation after generation as a model of a child’s best friend. If you ask most people who their favorite silly old…

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