Kelly Jensen

Kelly is a former librarian and a long-time blogger at STACKED. She's the editor/author of (DON'T) CALL ME CRAZY: 33 VOICES START THE CONVERSATION ABOUT MENTAL HEALTH and the editor/author of HERE WE ARE: FEMINISM FOR THE REAL WORLD. Her next book, BODY TALK, will publish in Fall 2020. Follow her on Instagram @heykellyjensen.

House to Hold Hearing on Classroom Censorship Thursday

House subcommittee to continue their discussions of free speech attacks with a meeting Thursday, May 19.

Delicious Food Bookmarks to Drool Over

You're going to love the funfetti cake food bookmark (even if you just need to go get yourself a slice to eat right now).

BookLooks, Framed As “Objective” Book Rating Resource, a Moms For Liberty Joint

Here's what triggers a formal book challenge from Moms For Liberty, as well as their "objective" database of reviewed books.

The School Board Project, Round One: Book Censorship News, May 13, 2022

Meet The School Board Project. That, plus book challenges in Maine, Texas, Vermont, and more in this week's censorship news roundup.

Nampa, Idaho, Schools Permanently Remove 24 Books from Library

Despite the review committee's recommendation for further consideration, the Nampa School Board voted to remove 24 books.

Put a Cap on It with These Bookish Hats

Keep the sun out of your eyes and off your head with these fun and practical bookish hats.

The Most Popular In-Demand Books in US Libraries: January-March 2022

These were the most popular, in-demand books in US libraries from January to March 2022.

Over 100 Books Have Been Challenged in Eanes, Texas, Since March 20

Over 100 books have been challenged in the small central Texas school district of Eanes.

How to Update Your Book Challenge Forms (with Template): Book Censorship News, May 6, 2022

South Carolina considering a law that withholds public library funds if "inappropriate" materials are available and more censorship news.

Illustrated YA Books (That Aren’t Comics)

These illustrated YA books aren’t comics but instead blend art and prose in creative, dynamic, and exciting ways, including Ain’t Burned All The Bright.