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Let’s Talk Bookish: Banning Books

It’s my last day in the USA! When this goes live I’ll have already been home safe and sound for a week but current me is stressing. I’ve got three flights to make it through in one piece. The likelihood of me sleeping during my travel home is slim so I’m gonna be like a walking zombie by the time I find my brother at the airport.

I’m gonna spend like 5 hours at the airport tomorrow (only time the uni shuttle could take me :l), and then a million hours flying so I’m prepared for how I’m going to pass the time: watching Elf, playing Stardew Valley, and reading Carrie Soto is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid.

On a little side note, I’ve been in the US for like, 4 months now, and the only thing my dad requested I bring back (besides myself) was Twinkies. I’ve had a note taped to my desk saying “TWINKIES FOR DAD” for months now and everyone that comes round to my room is very confused.

As always, I’m using Let’s Talk Bookish to take my mind off things. I literally save writing this blog post until I need a distraction. It’s a good tactic.

Let’s Talk Bookish is a bookish meme that was created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and hosted by Aria @Book Nook Bits, where each Friday, bloggers write posts discussing the topic of the week! Since the beginning of April, I’ve been the host of LTB, and I post each month’s topics here on my blog! December Topics

This weeks topics is … Banning Books (Jillian @ Jillian the Bookish Butterfly)

Prompts: Do you think banning books is fair? Should students be allowed to read what they want and be able to get it from their school library? In a more broad sense, how do you feel about books that have been “banned?” Do you think that it’s a crime to ban a book, no matter what it contains, or are there cases where it’s alright? 

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