Banned Books Week 2004
September 25 - October 2
Banned Books Week: Celebrating the Freedom to Read is observed during the last week of September each year. Observed since 1982, the annual event reminds Americans not to take this precious democratic freedom for granted.
Media interested in booking interview with Banned Books Week spokespersons may contact Larra Clark, Media Relations Manager, 312-280-5043, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Macey L. Morales, PR Coordinator, 312-280-4393, email@example.com.
ALA, Newberry Library Read-Out with celebrity authors highlights Chicago'sfree speech tradition during Banned Books Week
American Library Association celebrates Banned Books Week with "Elect to Read a Banned Book" theme in 2004
La Asociación de Bibliotecas Estadounidenses celebra la Semana del Libro Prohibido con el tema"Elija Leer un Libro Prohibido" en 2004 -- Spanish Press Release
American Library Association announces author Judy Blume ranks as second most censored author of past 15 years
Alice series tops ALA's 2003 list of most challenged books
2004 Banned Books Week Downloadable Artwork
Banned Books Week Fact Sheet
Office for Intellectual Freedom
100 Most Frequently Challenged Books
Parents, kids and Banned Books
Book Sense's Banned Books Week picks
Other Banned Books Week Information Resources