Banned books displayed at Driftwood Library in Lincoln City
Displays at the Driftwood Library and Newport Public Library were erected to commemorate "Banned Books Week."
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Just a few of the library materials that have been "challenged" by citizens or private groups in the United States are displayed this week at Driftwood Library in Lincoln City, left, and at the Newport Public Library, right. Oregon has one of the highest levels of challenges in the country, said Patty Heringer, head librarian at Driftwood Library. (Photos by Gail Kimberling and Steve Card)
The Bible, Little house on the prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder, The Canterbury tales by Chaucer, The clan of the cave bear by Jean Auel, The catcher in the rye by J.D. Salinger, The book of three, Humbug potion by Lorna Balian
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