Something of a slow news day.
Banned Books Week starts tomorrow: Here, some well meaning yet befuddled puppets learn a valuable lesson about the dangers of banning books and the limitation of free speech (from the American Library Association). Banned Books Week runs for one week.
Moving and shaking: Hiroshima No Pika, Toshi Maruki's children's book recounting the horrors of the first atomic attack against Japan, occupies the number one slot. The book was the winner of the 1983 Jane Addams Children's Book Award, which honors titles that promote peace and social justice.