It’s here! It’s here! BANNED BOOKS WEEK is finally here!

A great big THANK YOU to Kathy from I Am A Reader, Not A Writer and Jen from I Read Banned Books for hosting this week’s Banned Book Hop.

I don’t know about you, but when I was a teenager if I heard ‘banned book’, I was itching to get it my hands on it. Many of my favorite reads have made their way onto the banned books list at one point or another.  Some have been on the list more than once. To check out if some of your favorites have ever found their way into controversy, just click on over to the ALA’s list of frequently challenged books.

During this week I hope you will stop by and check out some of my other posts about banned books!

Ok, now on to the giveaway…

This week I am giving away…..

To Kill A Mockingbird

Catcher In The Rye


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There will be THREE winners, first winner will get To Kill A Mockingbird, second will win Catcher In The Rye, third will win Twilight.

Good luck!

To enter please fill out the form below and be sure to visit all the other wonderful blogs on the hop!

Thanks for stopping by!!

Cici ♥

Posted: Friday, September 23rd, 2011 @ 11:08 pm
Categories: Everyday, everything, Giveaways! Yeah!.
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12 Responses to “BANNED BOOKS WEEK”

  1. I Read Banned Books - Jen Bigheart Says:

    Hey! Thanks for participating this year! Happy you put the ALA link up there as well! Cheers!


  2. kimberly Says:

    Thank you for this opportunity

  3. Liz Says:

    Not entering giveaway. Posted on Murder She Writes but reposting where I can, to say thank you for raising this issue.

    Went to American Library Association website for list of banned/challenged books.

    Happy to say, I’ve read most of the classics, or consciously chose not to read a few, but was floored to see To Kill a Mockingbird, by Harper Lee; 1984, by George Orwell; A Farewell to Arms and For Whom the Bell Tolls, by Ernest Hemingway; Gone with the Wind, by Margaret Mitchell; and Sophie’s Choice, by William Styron, to name a few on the short list.

    A commenter there pointed out that the Bible often is banned.

  4. Says:

    Thanks for the giveaway.

    Here’s mine: Read Banned Books Week Hop and Giveaway

  5. mamabunny13 Says:

    Thanks for the giveaway.

  6. SpadesHigh Says:

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway and for being a part of the Banned Books Week Hop!!
    Have a safe and great weekend!! =)

    GFC Follower: SpadesHighReads

  7. latisha depoortere Says:

    Thank you so much for the great giveaway!

  8. Cici Says:

    It is amazing what books make the list, how often they make it and the reasons that they find their way on there. I love the quote that Jen Bigheart has on her blog over at I Read Banned Books,
    “There is nothing like a banned book to turn a teenager into a devoted reader” – Malcolm Jones

    I couldn’t agree more!

  9. Trista Siegel Says:

    I just have to say something. This layout of your blog is GENIUS!! I love it so much, the cute monsters and the teeth. Very awesome.

  10. Aurora Celeste Says:

    I follow you under Aurora, I liked your Facebook under Aurora Celeste, and I follow your twitter with yasffblog 😀 Thanks for this, I’ve been thinking about getting this book!

  11. Reema Says:

    Hey girl! I’m Reema from ReadingRhinoPress and I won To Kill a Mockingjay from banned books week. I just added it in my recent book haul and gave you a shout out! Here’s the link if you want to watch it:

    Thanks so much again Cici! Love your blog! :)

  12. Reema Says:

    Ahh! Oh my gosh, how embarrassing. I said MockingJAY instead of MockingBIRD in my previous comment. Hunger Games on the mind I guess haha, the trailer was good!

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