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Once upon a time, in a land far away, I read all the time, and I loved it! And then law school happened.
Then, reading took on an entirely new meaning in my life. Every time I sat down to read, my brain went into overdrive and I couldn’t concentrate on the plot. While in law school, I started and stopped at least 6 different novels, but my nagging to-do list overcame my relaxation and I gave in every time.
After law school, I was invigorated to go-it again, but to no avail. My body is still on “law-school autopilot.” Now, I have a new sense of accomplishment, and I hope to tackle 1 book from the Top Ten Challenged Book list from 2013.
Below is the 2013 list from the American Library Association’s Office for Office for Intellectual Freedom. If you are not aware, the ALA compiles a list of the top ten most frequently challenged books in order to inform the public about censorship in libraries and schools
Any suggestions about which book I should tackle first?