To celebrate banned books week, the Lawrence Public Library in Kansas has created banned book trading cards, including this one for To Kill a Mockingbird by artist Sylvie J. Rueff.
I’ll trade you A Separate Peace for a Fahrenheit 451.

To celebrate banned books week, the Lawrence Public Library in Kansas has created banned book trading cards, including this one for To Kill a Mockingbird by artist Sylvie J. Rueff.

I’ll trade you A Separate Peace for a Fahrenheit 451.

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    I wanna play!
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    Beautiful!
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    these are gorgeous!
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    What a neat idea!
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    Love this idea!
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    Banned Books Week Trading Cards! Awesome :)
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