Do Parent have a Right to Ban Books?

Do Parent have a Right to Ban Books?

Read Judy Blume’s “Is Harry Potter Evil?” and then write a paragraph in response to Discussion Question #3.

Your answer should consist of a well-developed paragraph, which means your first sentence should answer the question(s) (i.e., topic sentence), and the following sentences should support the topic sentence. The paragraph should be unified and coherent with specific supporting details or examples from the story. The sentences should be clear, concise, and arranged in a logical order. Transitions, pronouns, and repetition should be used to provide coherence. The paragraph should follow an argument format.

discussion question 3:
There is a variety of personality, religious background, culture, ethnicity, and number of parent(s) across this country who have children in the public school system who have varying levels of interest in their children’s education. Do these parents have the right to ban books and/or demand the school officials censor books? Should our children be shielded from books about witchcraft, wizardry, New Ageism, and possible racism as suggested by Judy Blume?
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Parents have no right to ban books or even ask for official censor books. The fact that parents comprise of people from a different religious background, personality, ethnicity, culture and social class is reason enough to disqualify them from deciding which books are appropriate for children in schools otherwise all books would be unsuitable for school children in schools (LaFond, 2018). I think teachers and the school administration would not allow unsuitable books to be taught in schools………..

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