“ If you don't like content in a book, don't read it. If you don't want your child to read a book, take it away. But you do not have the right to decide ‘appropriateness’ for everyone.” Not many people understand that they can’t just take it away from someone who really want to read just because of their own shellfishness. Books should never be banned. We should be free to choose what to read or what not to read based on our own values and principles, NOT on the values and principles of total strangers.
“It isn’t censorship, to teach our children that they can’t trust their teachers or librarians to give them good, wholesome books. It’s just the fallout from our fractured culture, which insists on calling evil,good-and then handing it to children.” We’re suppose to trust our teachers in choosing the right book for us. But when they …show more content…
The book should not be banned because it'll limit readers choices and mind. Forcing the students to only choose books that are available to them. Banning a book is powerful it can make a whole person's life. Banning a book isn't always good it has its