2) Persepolis, by Marjane Satrapi
Here’s another important book that I feel like teens need to read in order to gain insight
into the lives of kids in the Middle East. Here’s why it’s continually challenged: Reasons: gambling, offensive language, political viewpoint. Additional reasons: “politically, racially, and socially offensive,” “graphic depictions”
I just can’t EVEN with these people. If you’ve read this it qualifies as a diversity read.
PS. GRAPHIC NOVEL!!