Instagrams banned hashtags and their unfortunate banning of books Written and Edited by: thepagegypsy and wizardylibrary Censorship and books are, unfortunately, a very common duo. For years, the ALA has been working toward raising awareness on and fighting against the ever growing plea from individuals to have books removed from schools, libraries, and even edited … Continue reading Book banning and shadow banning.
I will be reviewing The Ship of Theseus, by J.J. Abrams, which will be posted at a pace of one chapter per week (subject to change), in order to encourage reading along. Here you will find the weekly updates as I review the book. The posting schedule for this thread will be every Sunday at … Continue reading The Ship of Theseus Review
This post may serve to find itself the hottest debated topic I will post (not to diminish serious topics, like cats, or tablets vs. real books) but lets be real, coffee and tea, pitted against each other, has been a debate that began quite a long time ago. The best, and most imagined moment … Continue reading Coffee or tea?
I had always been an advocate for real books, and as much as that sounds as though I no longer am, that's not entirely so. I love physically holding a book, seeing it exist, waiting to be read. Books are worth having if only as to keep all of those bookmarks warm and cuddly, but … Continue reading Tablets VS. Real Books
Captain Underpants and Criticisms Capricious Censorship Banning books has been a hot topic of debate better known since the iconic and ironic banning of Ray Bradbury's, Fahrenheit 451. The American Library Association holds record of the Office for Intellectual Freedoms lists of banned books or books in question to be banned since they began advocating … Continue reading Captain Underpants and Criticisms Capricious Censorship Essay