This week's look at books being challenged across the US, including Gender Queer, Looking for Alaska, This One Summer, and more.
The CBC has announced the longlist for this year's Canada Reads. It will be narrowed down to the final 5 on January 26th.
Gallup has just released the 2021 results of a reading poll they've done since 1990, and the average number of books read is the lowest ever.
Maya Angelou is known as the iconic activist, poet, and performer, but will now be known as one of the new faces on U.S. currency.
A new library committee developed in the wake of Gender Queer's removal from Wake County Public Library may reverse the decision on the book.
30% of Americans read an ebook in the last year. That and more insights from PEW's recent research on reading habits.
A Tennessee prison returned a donation of a children's biography of Malcolm X, part of a larger trend in denying access to Black literature.
Nearly half of the United States have censorship bills under review or legislated. That and more of this week's book challenge news.
The thief who'd been seeking -- and successfully acquiring -- pre-published manuscripts of big books and debuts has been arrested.
From January 19-27th, more than 1,000 books from Ruth Bader Ginsburg's personal library are being auctioned, valued at $60,000.