Sunday, December 03, 2006

Group One Bibliography

Arrowhead High School Web site. (2006). Retrieved November 28, 2006 from

American Library Association Web site. (2006). Retrieved November 16, 2006, from

Battles, Matthew, "Knowledge on Fire". The American Scholar 72:3 (2003) 35-51.

British Broadcasting Company (BBC) News. Online.

Boyer, Paul S. "Boston Book Censorship in the Twenties," American Quarterly 15 (1963): 3-24

CNN News Archives Online. “Church group burns Potter books.” December 31, 2001.

Coeyman, Marjorie. "Teachers tackle `uncomfortable' books head on." Christian Science Monitor 90.121 (1998): B4

Cooperative Children's Book Center. (2006). Interview with Megan Schleisman (Librarian). Madison, WI.

Family Friendly Libraries.

Goldberg, Beverly, “Pastor’s Potter book fire inflames N. Mex. Town”. American Libraries 33:2 (2002) 19.

Hillerbrand, Hans J., "On Book Burnings and Book Burners:Reflections on the Power (and Powerlessness) of Ideas”. Journal of the American Academy of Religion 74:3 (2006) 593-614.

Howard, Douglas L. "Silencing Huck Finn." Chronicle of Higher Education 50.48 (2004): C1-C4.

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA). Last Updated October 27, 2006. Quotes by Subject: Book burning. Online.

Ishizuka, Kathy, “Harry Potter book burning draws fire.” School Library Journal 48:2 (2002) 27.

"It's official: Potter helps." Reading Today 23.1 (2005): 26.

Johnson, Bill, Johnson, J.J. "Words of Wonder." Teaching PreK-8 31.8 (2001): 58-59.

Karolides, Nicholas J, Margaret Bald and Dawn B. Sova. 120 Banned Books. New York: Checkmark Books/Facts On File 2005.

Landover Baptist Church, Ltd. Harry Potter Book Burning Invitation. [Online]

LaRue, James. (2004). "Buddha at the Gate, Running : Why People Challenge Library Materials." American Libraries: December 2004; 35, 11: Social Science Module pg. 42

Manley, Will, “In defense of book burning”. American Libraries 33:3 (2002) 196.

National Coalition Against Censorship.

Noble, William. Bookbanning in America: Who Bans Books and Why? Middlebury, Vt.: Paul S. Erickson 1990.

Perlez, Jane, “Ruins of Sarajevo Library Is Symbol of a Shattered Culture”. The New York Times on the Web. August 12, 1996.
Post.Havard: An online community for Harvard alumni. Online image:

Riedlmayer, Andras. International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA): Annual Conference August 20-25, 1995. Online.

The Advanced Research Corporation. Last Updated January 1, 2006. Online image:

The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker (2006). New York: Black Dog & Leventhal Publishers.

The Wolfstone Group. Online image.


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