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Beautiful Banned Books

This is cool: in celebration of last week’s Banned Books Week, Chapel Hill Public Library held a competition for local artists to create new work based on books that have been banned or challenged. Trading cards were printed from the winning selections, which you can see along with a gallery of all the entries. The post Beautiful Banned Books appeared first on The Millions.
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