Infographics: Banned and Challenged Books

Michael Sandberg's Data Visualization Blog

Readers:

This was originally published on Ebook Friendly by Piotr Kowalczyk. Piotr is the founder of Ebook Friendly. He is an Ebook enthusiast, technology geek, iPhone artist, and self-published author from Poland.

Regards,

Michael

Best banned books infographics

These infographics about banned and challenged books help draw attention to the harms of book censorship.

Books are the best companion of everyone who wants to learn and become better – on condition we have unrestricted access to them.

Books are banned or challenged for moral, political, religious, or commercial reasons.

Once the book is banned, readers have either limited or no access to it.

Every year, during the last week of September, a major event is held that promotes the freedom to read. Banned Books Week brings together librarians, educators, publishers and readers who unite to draw attention to the harms of censorship.

On the website of American Library Association you can read more about Banned…

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