Here are the Top Ten Challenged Books of 2011 according to the American Library Association.
Celebrate Banned Books Week
September 30 - October 6, 2012
Reprinted by permission of the American Library Association.
'This map is drawn from cases documented by ALA and the Kids' Right to Read Project, a collaboration of the National Coalition Against Censorship and the American Booksellers Foundation for Free Expression. Details are available in ALA's "Books Banned and Challenged 2007-2008; 2008-2009; 2009-2010; and 2010-2011," and the "Kids' Right to Read Project Report."' - Banned Books Week website
This video was produced by AL Focus, part of the American Libraries Magazine, in recognition of Banned Books Week, September 27-October 4, 2008, and in cooperation with ALA's Office for Intellectual Freedom.