Why We Should Be Banned Book Banned

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Imagine if one of your favorite books was challenged or banned wouldn 't you be mad? One of my favorite books titled The Hobbit was Banned and I found this out during the middle of October. Banned or challenged book are books that people think are offensive in some way to them or others. A person 's decision to ban a book can impact others and themselves because other people will never get to read that book, therefore making people mad at that person for banning the book.
They 're a lot of people who would think banning a book is ridicules like Calvert Clay. One point he made was when he they take the time and effort to file complaints rather just averting their eyes or cautioning their own children. I agree with this because if you know it has something offensive, you could just avoid it. Then there would be no need to even get the book banned for your selfish desires. Another point he talks about is how parent looks at what child are reading and if there appropriate or not. I agree with this because once they find something bad or offensive in the book that they don 't want kids reading the book and then get the book challenged. Instead, I would just tell my child what books to read or pick a benefiting book for them to avoid any bad influence from another book. According
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J.R.R Tolkien was famously known for, “The Hobbit (1937) and The Lord of the Rings (1954-1955).” Tolkien was notably”a major scholar of the English language, specialising in Old and Middle English.” This would help him in his writing for his famously know stories like The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings.The Hobbit published in 1937 was noted “a success and has not been out of children’s recommended reading lists ever since.”which I would agree because it has a lot vivid imagery and good sense of adventure for anybody to read at any age and it is one of my favorite books to read. Moreover, I believe a book decision to challenged is based on the reader 's standpoint on it and if they enjoy the
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