Insert Big Brother reference here.

Do people really still think Harper Lee is more damaging to kids, than say, advertising?  I guess so.

In the past year or so, a handful of parental complaints have resulted in books such as Philip Pullman’s The Golden Compass and Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird being banned in several Toronto-area schools. In an effort to avoid such controversies in the future, the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, which comprises schools in and around Brampton, Ontario, has come up with a heavy-handed solution that would effectively ban every novel from classroom use unless it is pre-approved by a special committee.

The rest of the post at Quill & Quire.

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