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Unshelved Book Club

This week's Unshelved Book Club features books about Ol' Dirty Bastard, a flight attendant trying to overcome heartbreak, a young woman exiled from the court of Louis XIV, a teen in the Witness Protection Program, a contemporary Christian music star who dropped off the face of the earth, a vampire feeding frenzy during a zombie outbreak, knitting, and a girl who won't stop reading and go to sleep.

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Book Reviews

Unshelved Book Club

This week's Unshelved Book Club features books about a being who punishes wickedness, a man trying to survive naked on a deserted island for 60 days, a learned pig, a murdered emperor's children, a retired U.S. spy out to stop a terrorist, a boy beaten for seducing the wrong girl, an amnesiac girl who finds a key to a new world, and a boy in Quebec in 1970 who becomes a scout.

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Our friends at Simon & Schuster have a strong tradition of increasing awareness of censorship during Banned Books Week. Once again they have a web page full of resources, and you can enter to win their 2014 Banned Books Week poster! Check it out.

Book Reviews

Unshelved Book Club

This week's Unshelved Book Club features books about love, San Francisco, freediving, nuclear fallout, a teen abandoned with her grandmother, small talk, Derek Jeter, and grudges.

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Margaret Sanger put her freedom on the line so that women in the U.S. could get access to birth control.

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