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Scary Stories (series) by Alvin Schwartz Schwartz's first volume of spooky folklore and grisly urban legend, complete with haunting illustrations by Stephen Gemmell, was first published in 1981. Banned Reasons: Unsuited for age group, violence

Banned Books Week 2013: The top 10 challenged titles – in pictures

Better Book Titles - Alvin Schwartz and Stephen Gammell: Scary Stories to Tell in The Dark - Holy Crap, I remember reading this in elementary school!

Ernest Hemingway's The sun also rises

Ernest Hemingway's The sun also rises (Book, [UNCG University Libraries]

This book was written in 1899 and was so before it's time. It is still relevant today, it's a great read.

The Awakening - personally not my favorite book or female character, but opens the reader to a lot of discussion about a woman's role as wife/mother/etc.

The witches

The witches. Quentin Blake] -- A young boy and his Norwegian grandmother, who is an expert on witches, together foil a witches' plot to destroy the world's children by turning them into mice.

Heather has two mommies

Heather has two mommies

My Antonia

Townsend Library, Literary Classics - My Antonia




Julie of the Wolves by Jean Craighead George

Julie of the wolves. John Schoenherr] -- While running away from home and an unwanted marriage, a thirteen-year-old Eskimo girl becomes lost on the North Slope of Alaska and is befriended by a wolf pack.