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What is the Wizard of Oz?
This book featuring a talking lion, scarecrow and tin man was adapted into a play at Huntley this year.
What is the First Amendment?
This says: "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."
What is the Harry Potter series?
J.K. Rowling wrote this popular series about a wizard with an odd-shaped scar.
What is Charlotte's Web?
There's "SOME PIG" in this E.B. White book published in 1952.
What is the Bill of Rights?
Freedom of speech is protected as one of these first ten amendments to the US Constitution, passed in 1791.
What is Frindle?
All of Huntley read this one-time challenged book by Andrew Clements this year.
What is The Adventures of Tom Sawyer?
Mark Twain wrote this book about a young boy growing up along the Mississippi River in 1876.
What is expression?
Freedom of Speech is also often referred to as freedom of ________
Who is Dr. Seuss?
"Hop on Pop" and "If I Ran the Zoo" are two challenged books by this prolific children's writer.
What is Sidewalk?
Several of Shel Silverstein's books have been targeted over the years, including his classic, "Where the ______ Ends."
What is censorship?
Banning books from the library is a form of this:
What is A Series of Unfortunate Events?
Look away, look away from this Lemony Snickett series.
What are The Chronicles of Narnia?
Look in the back of your wardrobe for C.S. Lewis' classic series about a gateway to a magical world.
What is 400?
In the video we learned that this many books were challenged in school and/or public libraries in 2013.
What is A Wrinkle in Time?
Meg Murry is the main character in this science fantasy book that was made into a movie in 2018.

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