BANNING BOOKS — An UnAmerica Act

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Schools are supposed to be places where we encourage young people to do exactly that — think. It’s a place to be exposed to a wide range of ideas and learn how to evaluate them critically.

Sharing a book is a great way to start a conversation, and that’s another thing I’ve learned: being a good parent is all about the conversations.

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insatiably curious middle-grade/young adult author, writing mentor. SOME KIND OF HATE 11/1/22 Scholastic Press #medialiteracy sarahdarerlittman.com

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insatiably curious middle-grade/young adult author, writing mentor. SOME KIND OF HATE 11/1/22 Scholastic Press #medialiteracy sarahdarerlittman.com

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