7 of the Most Facepalm-Worthy Book Censorship Battles of the Last Decade

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Curse parents! As the Fresh Prince proclaimed, they truly "just don't understand." This is especially true regarding literary rebellion. On June 10, parents in Glen Ellyn, Ill. voted on whether or not to reinstate Stephen Chbosky's Perks of Being a Wallflower in middle school libraries—fortunately they did. It's one of many contemporary young adult texts that's been scrutinized for its content. Here are the stories of book censorship from recent years that will make you roll your eyes and feel like raising some hell...or just reading. [Image: Pexels]

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