Canadians have long tried to remove books and magazines that they deem offensive, or inappropriate for certain audiences, from public libraries and schools. Sometimes they have succeeded and sometimes they have failed. To mark Freedom to Read Week, we present 30 of their targets in recent decades.
Download PDF posters
- Full-size poster (approximately 17×33 inches)
- Six pages (each 8.5×11 inches)
- Three tabloid pages (each 17×11 inches)
This interactive map highlights the places in Canada where each of the 30 publications were challenged.
Blue – Children’s Books
Red – Adult Books
Green – Young Adult Books
Yellow – Comic Books and Graphic Novels
Purple – Magazines