2015 Banned Books Photo Contest Entrees

2015 Banned Books Photo Contest Entrees

Transcript of 2015 Banned Books Photo Contest Entrees

2015 Banned Books Photo Contest Entrees

2015 Banned Books Photo Contest Winner

“Kelly Urman in the Chamber of Knowledge” by Kelly Urman of the Pima County Public Library, Woods Memorial Branch

Alanna Graves"I loved banned comics!"I am a teen librarian at Cape May County Library, NJ; and I just graduated with my MLS this past May from University of Illinois.

Alexandra EberleLibrary Director of the Brooke County Public Library and Follansbee Branch in Wellsburg WV50 Shades of Grey Trilogy“What other’s don’t know won’t hurt! Thankful for Lunch Breaks!”

Amanda GrahamI teach at Mullins High SchoolI house and maintain a Classroom Library consisting of 700 books that I have personally acquired for use by my students. And my childhood/ community library is the Marian Wright Edelman Public Library of Marlboro County. "Just try and stop me."

Ami StearnsI do not work at a library but I am faculty in the criminal justice department at the University of Louisiana at LafayetteThat book by NabokovCheers and thanks for all you do!

Avery RhodesI wanted to include this photo of my son, Avery Rhodes, reading his favorite banned book, BONE, by Jeff Smith

Azalea EbbayMultnomah County LibraryJunior Rules!!

Beth McIntyrePiedmont Regional Library SystemJunior is upbeat and engaging. Adorable, really.

Beth SchuckCollege of Southern Nevada LibraryEnjoy reading Banned Books!

Breanne KirschUniversity of South Carolina Upstate LibraryBanned Books are Some of My Favorites

Cate CarlyleI work in the Curriculum Resource Centre at Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada.“Penguin Love”, for the book “And Tango Makes Three” which is a favourite of mine.

Chase OllisAmerican Library Association“Freedom to Escape the Inescapable”

Chelsey PostalSAGE eLearning Department

Christina GolmNewaygo Area District LibrarySojourning with Angels (big secret)

Christine PylesBranch Manager at Mansfield/Richland County Public Library All This Happened, More or Less

Clem Guthro and Rachel GuthroHere is a father and daughter banned book pic!Clem Guthro, Director of the Colby College Libraries & Rachel Guthro, Project Assistant, Colby College LibrariesHarry Potter - A family affair

Crissy HensleyAlachua County Library District - Tower Road Branch (Gainesville, FL)Penguins Love a Challenge!

Dana StillHastings Public Library, Library Assistant

Dr. Robert P. Holley & Martha J. SpearProfessor Emeritus, School of Library and Information ScienceWayne State University (Detroit, MI)Library Media Specialist, Berkley High School (Berkley, MI)"The couple that reads banned books together, stays together!"

Elsa Ouvrard-PrettolMy library is the Natomas Charter School library and media center"Equality on my mind"

Emily Grace Le MayMt. Pleasant Library, Providence Community LibraryEmily Grace and the Secret Society of Banned Book Readers

Emily KingDigital Services Librarian at the College of Southern NevadaDon't Hide Hogwarts! Celebrate your freedom to read.

Erika IsalySAGE The allegory of Animal Farm can be applied to any social construct and its lessons are timeless.

Eti BerlandSaul Silber Memorial LibraryIn Defense of Drama!

Eva QuintanaLibrarian, Surrey Libraries (British Columbia, Canada)"Big Brother is Watching You"

Gary MooreRandall Library, UNC WilmingtonIn search of the missing link…

Genevieve HaasPR & Public Affairs DirectorSAGE

Jacinda RamseyPryor Public Library A hideout and a banned book. Perfect lunch break.

Jamie SegnoAlvin Sherman Library, Research & Information Technology Center Nova Southeastern University “The Magic of Reading”

Jeannette DaviesPresentation College Director of Library Services MLIS/Alum University of North Texas Banned Books should not be mocked.

Joanna M BreenBelmont Public Library Windows open…

Jordan MooreAtlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library “My Ring of Keys.”

Julie HankinsonBenjamin Franklin Institute of Technology

Justin HofstetterI am the librarian at Biblioteca de los Aztecas, the school library at Alta Vista Charter Middle School.My photo is titled, "Quick! Before They Release You!"

Kacy HelwickNew Orleans Public LibraryBridge to Terabithia: Making You Cry Isn’t a Bannable Offense

Keri CascioAmerican Library AssociationFreedom to read obnoxious comics!

Kristin WhitehairLouisiana State University (attended library school)A wallflower with a wallflowerThe Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky

Lanora MelilloScotch Plains Public LibraryFor the love of penguins

Lauren FutchI work part-time as a Library Assistant at Tallahassee Community College. I'm also in library school at Florida State - I graduate next summer! "Color Your World with a Good Book."

Leighann WoodAmerican Library Association "FREADOM TO BE A PHONY"

Linda KobashigawaFresno County Public LibraryThe Absolutely True Controversy Surrounding this Book is Ridiculous!

Lindsay SlaterUniversity of MichiganLindsay Reads The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

Martha BoksenbaumChelsea Public Library"You're just jealous I have a copy."

Mary Wallace MooreSmyrna Public Library, Smyrna, GA Difficult Stories to Tell Must Also Be Heard

Meredith HillCreekside Elementary School Media CenterPromoting Freedom to Read even for the youngest of us!

Michael RodriguezHodges University LibraryYell Fire!The Clockwork Orange

Miranda DoyleLake Oswego School District, Teacher-LibrarianOur students read this frequently challenged book to learn about the world around them.

Paula LauritaAthens-Limestone Public LibraryLibrarians and superheroes, working together to protect the First Amendment. Jane Yolen’s “The Devil’s Arithmetic”, which Mrs. Laurita defended from a parental challenge.

Richard Paul CortinaThe wonderful Dr. B. L. Perry Library in Tallahassee, Florida Read a Banned Book. Feed Your Mind.

Rita ForanRichard T. Stank Middle School "Psssst...wanna read a banned book?"

Robin ShaderNorthwest Regional Library System (Florida)Captain Underpants is hilarious!

Sarah LynchI work as a Library Media Specialist for West Hartford Public Schools.Accio Harry Potter! I love my banned books!

Scott RobertsSorry I don't work at a library, but I couldn't resist sending in a photo anyway.It's so weird to see Raina Telgemeier in the list of challenged books. She's a friend of mine, and I know that anyone who seriously challenges DRAMA didn't read it the way she wrote it!Here I am being shocked at a classic, the long challenged HUCKLEBERRY FINN.

Shannon SchaneEverest University Brandon CampusWho could ever ban my fuzzy little friend!

Shay RamseyQueens College GSLIS"Still Scary After All These Years"

Stephanie BeverageI work at the Huntington Beach Public Library in Huntington Beach, California.Hanging out with Harry in my office

College of Southern Nevada Library Group PhotoCollege of Southern Nevada Library in Las Vegas, NV

Stephanie EspinozaCollege of Southern Nevada Library in Las Vegas, NV“Don’t Listen to the Haters—Read for Yourself”

Sue FischerFormer librarian at Leon County Public Library Tallahassee, Florida'IT'S PERFECTLY NORMAL TO SNEAK A CHALLENGED BOOK'

Susan PolosLibrarian, Mt. Kisco Elementary School, Bedford Central School District, NYLovingly Read by Students but Challenged by Parents...Alice!

Tiffany Medina SAGE A Wrinkle in Time is one of my favorite books and deserves the opportunity to be read widely!

Tom MalinowskiBoise Public LibraryThe Best Sagas are the Controversial Ones

TeachingBooks.net Group PhotoThis photo shows all of the staff at TeachingBooks.net with their favorite banned book. “The TeachingBooks.net staff stands behind Banned Books."

Wendy StephensCullman High SchoolWhat's Really Psycho? Banning Books!