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Awesome Illustrated Mugshots of Characters From Famous Banned Books: Janie Crawford from Their Eyes Were Watching God

Awesome Illustrated Mugshots of Characters From Famous Banned Books By Jason Diamond on Sep 26, 2013 3:30pm --- You’d think that in this day and age, when people aren’t reading all that much, banning books wouldn’t be all that high up on the to-do lists of the powers that be. But, sadly, it’s still an issue, even in 2013:

I debated on where to pin this, but I love the idea of printing custom tickets to all kinds of events

LOVE THIS! Illustrated mugshots of banned book characters. tumblr_mtlwprSEQJ1qcf43to4_r2_1280

Awesome Illustrated Mugshots of Characters From Famous Banned Books: Hester Prynne from The Scarlett Letter

fREADom - Reading will set you free!

What if we are all characters in a book? What if when you forget what you were going to say, it's the author backspacing?

Ban this book...(it's not like we have tv and movies to do all the above mentioned things, must be the books fault.)

explore-blog: Happy  birthday, A. A. Milne! Celebrate with the very first newspaper ad for Winnie the Pooh, 1926

How many have you read? (In college I had a t-shirt that said, "Celebrate Freedom: Read a Banned book." Gosh I loved that shirt. ) :: 40 Banned Books UPDATED: I'm agreeing with the comments and I think that is the point about sharing about banned books. The reasons seldom make sense to those of us who believe in the freedom to read. Here's more info: