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    Curled up with a good book… oh no, not that one. All over the world, books of all varieties are being banned. Books should never be banned, because it stops the world from having a variety of material to learn from. Books should not be banned based on a group's beliefs, the ban denies an author freedom of speech, and the laws which prove whether a book is obscene or not are very unclear. Books should not be banned based on a single person or group's religious, moral, or political beliefs.The…

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    the book ‘’ that was then this is now’’ should be banned. One reason why it should be banned is it has some language in it that could be prevented. Another reason why the book should be banned is it has a lot of drug and alcohol use in it. Last reason why it should be banned is it sets a bad example for our generations after use. There are many reason why the book ‘’ that was then this is now’’ should be banned. One reason why is it uses some language that could be prevented. In the book it…

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    Red Monday School Fire

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    big check in the history of the united states, that showed there is no enough safety in school in united states, and how the book helped the people who survived or got affected from the school fire, to give them more hope to keep going in life and exchange their stores for the whole world, a lot of people were afraid of taking about this story, but two of writer of this book have been obsessed about what happened on that Monday, which I can call it the red Monday. ninety-two children and tree…

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    chronicles of Narnia: the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe’ as a book store named ‘Page Turner’. I chose this because I have a passion for reading books and was interested in making an advertisement as a bookstore trying to sell a featured book. My target audience is people regularly read books and travel to book stores. The advertisement would be published on the front counter at the bookstore so when people come to buy one of the books they will see ‘fiction of the month’ and of its…

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    active. Brandon like to relax, read a book, and just hang out. No, he loved to read books. Most of the pictures from our childhood consist of Brandon sitting next to me, reading way, and me looking bored or trying to escape. Some people might say Brandon was an easier child than me. My parents tried to read many different types of books to calm me down and get ready for bed, but I never wanted to hear them. That is until one day they read me the title of a new book they had bought for me called…

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    “Of Mice and Men” banned? Books are banned for many reasons, but why are they banned? Books are banned (and challenged) when someone or a group of people have an issue with the content of the book. A book that is on the banned book list is a timeless classic “Of Mice and Men”. There is controversy about whether this book should be banned. In my opinion it should be because of the racism, violence, and explicit language. Racism, although isn't the main reason this book is banned, it has a…

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    arguing for. Topics range from the all to familiar gun rights and marriage equality arguments that we are all immersed in everyday. These topics along with many others are here to persuade you into their side of the argument. The topic of banning books may have fallen to the wayside in recent years but the topic still sits uneasy for far to many Americans. Is censorship right or is it a direct violation of our…

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    The book I read was Stolen Children, by Peg Kehret. This was one of my favorite books to read, there was always something new going to happen and I didn’t want to put it down. It was also so realistic, like I would think of myself in a type of situation like this and it’s just unreal to imagine it. Also, if you thought something was going to happen, you would be totally wrong and you wouldn’t believe how off you were in guessing what would happen next, which is why I liked this book so much.…

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    Visual Analysis The book Harry Potter and Half-Blood Prince is written by J. K. Rowling, and it is the fifth one of the series of Harry Potter. The cover of a book is very important because it can attract readers to read book when they see it at first time. This cover appeals adult or the fans of Harry Potter by using golden and decorated letters for the title and a scene for this story. This cover appeals adult because there is no cartoon character in this cover. Many adults do not like…

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    Unbroken Spine: Summary

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    This book is a treasure, it pushes you to think about certain things that we would think of in our twenty-first century lives. I would encourage everyone that has a desire for answers to the over looked questions. It gives an answer that is less on the magic side and give you an insight to the great minds of the future and past. The characters of the book are unique and assemble almost a magical team. The plot of the story is simple, however, to truly under the characters yearns and reasoning…

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