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Banned Books Week 2017 starts Sept. 24. Get your plans in order with these simple programming ideas.

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Free food attracts college students. So why not make food the main attraction instead of an afterthought?

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Since 2012, Skokie youth librarians have selected Hot Summer Reads for junior high pleasure reading.

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Mrs. Librarian Lady presents some thought-provoking ideas to get teens involved in Banned Books Week. 

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This mystery reading program was so successful that staff members scrambled to wrap more books. 

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Bring international books into your programs and collections with this new collaboration between librarians and translators. 

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Check out this list of monthly events and celebrations to help with your program planning.

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Alameda Free Library offers tips for coordinating a community banned books reading marathon. 

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Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library holds a volunteer captive in a “prison” of books in celebration of Banned Books Week.

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Libraries nurture freedom of speech. The “Libraries and the First Amendment” exhibit shows how.

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