This new title in the Introducing Issues with Opposing Viewpoints series discusses the topic of banned books. The text explores whether or not children should be protected from controversial books and whether or not certain topics or kinds of materials should be restricted. Included articles also examine alternatives to banning controversial books, such as editing or flagging potentially offensive content.
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This series is inspired by the highly acclaimed Opposing Viewpoints series, which explores important issues, placing expert opinions from a wide range of sources in a unique pro/con format. Like its predecessor, Introducing Issues with Opposing Viewpoints promotes issue awareness as well as critical thinking. Even more user-friendly and accessible than its parent series, it offers a wealth of information at a lower reading level, in a bright, engaging package. This appealing combination helps more students grasp the controversies of our increasingly complex world. Each anthology features useful charts, graphs and cartoons, engaging fact boxes that provide at-a-glance information and questions that focus on vocabulary and reading comprehension. Further research is encouraged through annotated bibliographies, web sites and organizations to contact.
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