Independent bookstores don’t have the space to carry every title, but they celebrate your freedom to read. This week, many stores created displays to raise awareness of censorship through Banned Books Week (September 23-29, 2018).
From University Book Store in Seattle:
We’re with the Banned. In celebration and anticipation of 2018’s top 10 banned books, we’re sharing some of our favorite banned/challenged books from over the decades.
Offensive, vulgar, and promotes controversial racial and political issues.
Check out more banned books from over the decades here: https://bit.ly/2NpQh7J
Bob’s Beach Books in Lincoln City, OR, went all-out with their Banned Book Week windows. When they posted photos to social media, conversations started.