Yesterday the ALA released the top 10 list of most frequently challenged books. Lauren Myracle, the author of the “ttyl” YA series, topped the list. Since then, her twitter page has been abuzz with notes of congratulations! (She’s in good company, since the list also includes two Pulitzer Prize winners, a National Book Award winner, a Printz winner and numerous mega-bestsellers.) This year is notable because Stephenie Meyer made the list for the first time.
How many of the challenged books have you read?
Click here to see the top 100 banned books from 2000-2009.