2022: Wentzville, Missouri – In January 2022, the Wentzille school board in Missouri voted 4–3 to ban Fun Home, going against the review committee’s 8–1 vote to retain the book in the district’s libraries. The ban included three other books, as well: George M.
What age is Fun Home appropriate for?
FUN HOME is appropriate for ages 12 & up. Some adult themes about sexuality and gender identity. Subscribe and save up to $41 on the cost of tickets.
What age are graphic novels for?
“Thanks to the recent publication of titles by a fabulous collection of tween/middle school focused authors, graphic novels provide a great springboard for inviting discussion around important social and historical themes and issues relevant to children within the 9-12 year old age group.”
What age group is graphic novel?
Ages 6-9: First chapter books and graphic novels. Ages 8–12: Middle-grade novels and graphic novels. Ages 12-18: Young adult (YA) novels and graphic novels. Nonfiction books also exist for all these age groups.
How long is the show fun home?
90 mins with no intermission. *Fun Home contains Adult Language and Mature Themes, including discussions of suicide. Meet the Cast of Fun Home! ›
What kind of musical is fun home?
Fun Home is a musical theatre adaptation of Alison Bechdel’s 2006 graphic memoir of the same name, with music by Jeanine Tesori, and book and lyrics by Lisa Kron.
Why do they ban books?
Books usually are challenged with the best intentions—to protect others, frequently children, from difficult ideas and information. Censorship can be subtle, almost imperceptible, as well as blatant and overt, but, nonetheless, harmful.
Why is Wings of Fire banned?
Reason: The book is a collection of schoolyard jokes, riddles, insults, and jump-rope rhymes and is illustrated by Maurice Sendak. Reason: sexual content, offensive language, violence and being unsuited to age group.
Why is pop hop banned?
Seuss’ famous rhyming book “Hop on Pop” was one of seven publications that residents asked the Toronto Public Library to remove this year. A patron requested that the children’s classic be banned, saying it “encourages children to use violence against their fathers.”
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