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We at Holiday House, Peachtree, and Pixel+Ink are proud to support Intellectual Freedom, the right of all peoples to seek and receive unrestricted information from every point of view. 

We are pleased to offer the following resources to assist all authors, artists, libraries, schools, and bookstores who may be experiencing censorship through the banning of books. 

Out of Darkness

Top Ten Most Challenged Book of the Year
Printz Honor Book
★ “A powerful, layered tale of forbidden love in times of unrelenting racism.”
—Kirkus Reviews

Reading Group Guide

Forget This Ever Happened

★ “Small-town politics, weird creatures, and LGBTQ first love elevate this fast-paced piece of speculative horror from nostalgic homage to gleeful update. . . . Clarke (Star’s End) unfolds the town’s mystery with a compulsively building menace, while delightfully alien monsters, sweet queer representation, and a riot grrrl soundtrack keep even tense moments fun.”
—Publishers Weekly

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What Girls Are Made Of

National Book Award Finalist
★ “Arnold interweaves myriad landscapes, from the parched affluence of California neighborhoods to the ordered sadness of a high-kill animal shelter where Nina volunteers, from the sculpted terrain of Rome’s brutalized virgin martyrs to the imperfect physicality of Nina’s own body, into a narrative wholeness that is greater than its parts. Unflinchingly candid, unapologetically girl, and devastatingly vital.”
―Kirkus Reviews

Reading Group Guide

Little Red Riding Hood

A Caldecott Honor Book
A Golden Kite Award—Picture Book

“A book that revitalizes the story and that will satisfy both children and adults.”

“The pictures are loaded with details to entrance the eye and the characters are portrayed with warmth and charm.”
—Childhood Education


American Library Association Office of Intellectual Freedom 

American Booksellers Association

First Amendment and Censorship

Top 10 Most Challenged Books of 2021

Banned Books Week 2022: September 18-24