#LBOR


Today’s discussion is about the ALA’s Library Bill of Rights, more specifically The Freedom to Read statement. I’m currently in school to get my B.S. in ILS ( Information Library Services). For one of my assignments, I had to read the Freedom to Read statement. I found things really interesting, and some of the things that I read got me thinking about the book community as a whole. I will list the articles that I find most interesting:

     1, 4, and 5. I find these most interesting because things stated in these articles can be applied outside of a library setting. 

*I wrote this post on my iPad, I will update this post with links and quotes when I am able to use my computer again sometime on Saturday. 

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