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Banned Books Week

 

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Uncorrected Text:

The last week of Setpember is Banned books Week. The word banned mean “not alowed.” Many famous books have been banned. Even the popular Harry Potter series was banned in some schools and librarys. Judith Krug, a librarians and activist, beleived people should read whatever they wanted She launched the first Banned Books Weak in 1982. We have celebrated it ever sense.

 

Answer Key:

The last week of September is Banned Books Week. The word banned means “not allowed.” Many famous books have been banned. Even the popular Harry Potter series was banned in some schools and libraries. Judith Krug, a librarian and activist, believed people should read whatever they wanted. She launched the first Banned Books Week in 1982. We have celebrated it ever since.

 

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