How are Books Banned From Your School Library?

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April 2nd is International Children's Book Day. Today and every day, we should inspire children to read, explore, and discover the world through books. What better place for children to immerse themselves into the world of literature and imagination than their school library? Ideally, a school library should promote the freedom to choose, explore, and express one's opinions. Most of the time, school libraries are liberal in their book selection. However, books are challenged and banned all too often. What one reader might view as innocent, another reader views as inappropriate. So, how do libraries decide which books to put on the shelves and which to ban?
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