In honor of Banned Book Week, crack open (or re-read) one of these classics.

By Liz Loerke

Every year the American Library Association, along with other organizations such as the American Booksellers Association and National Council of Teachers of English, celebrate the freedom to read with Banned Books Week. This year from September 25 through October 1, bookstores, libraries, and communities will highlight the books that have been challenged and banned throughout the years. Show your support by picking up whichever book ignites your curiosity. Here are 10 to get you started.

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