Books should not be banned. By Lexi

Books should not be banned for middle school students. First of all if a student from 6-8th grade, or any grade wants to read a more mature book than they than they should be able to because it’s their choice to read it, and they know what they chose to read. First of all if a student from 6-8th grade, or any grade wants to read a more mature book than they than they should be able to because it’s their choice to read it, and they know what they Most teacher like giving their students options, whether it homework ideas or partners, we still have options, if parents and teachers start banning all kinds of books than a lot of options for reading, something very important, disappear. Second, an older book for you might give information about what the real world is about and how you can fix it or live in it. Reading a book like the Outsiders teaches kids that just because  a kid says bad things and appears bad doesn’t mean that they are, they just might have personal issues. Kids can apply older lessons to their own life, helping them prepare themselves for the world and fixing the flaws that they have made. Finally another reason why is because it would give a thought process and make them smarter because they now understand more. In learning about new things and how to solve problems they can solve their own problems like with homework or with friends. Characters in books may inspire them to be a better person to put time and effort into school and hobbies. Reading mature books or any type of banned book can open doors that kids never thought were closed, can lead to understand real world problems and inspire them to do wonderful things.

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