Categories Adult Fiction Banned Books Young Adult Banned Books as Art Post author By Pam Post date 7:36 am 3 Comments on Banned Books as Art I made a collage of books that I’ve read recently that are on the banned or challenged list. What are your thoughts? Have you read any of these? Tags and full frontal snogging, Angus, Anne Frank, banned books, Captain Underpants, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Forever in Blue, Go Ask Alice, looking for alaska, Lovingly Alice, Running with Scissors, Speak, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian, The Alice Series, thongs, To Kill A Mockingbird By Pam My passion is advocating for diversity in children's and YA literature. View Archive → ← Little Red Wagon → Jennifer Johnson is Sick of Being Married by Heather McElhatton – TLC Book Tour 3 replies on “Banned Books as Art” Love the collage, hate that books are banned. nicely done Pam! I need to read some of those books. the thing about banned books is: it makes people want to read them even more,right? Comments are closed.