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14 November 2012

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Emily

This book is beautiful and made me and one of my co-workers cry when we read it. What a pity that so many people are still so narrow minded.

Heather Z.

What is cool though is the Salt Lake County Library System (the largest library system in Utah, and one of the biggest in the country) picked In Our Mother's House to read aloud for ALA's Banned Book Week and submitted the video to them. I am so glad not so many people are that close-minded and are willing to embrace and protect the freedoms everyone should be able to enjoy.

Here's the link for a fun followup. :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NmDLkYRWToM

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