Top 5 Wednesdays are hosted by Ginger Reads Lainey and you can find the goodreads page here. This week's topic was Banned Books which really intrigued me because, although I know that books can be banned, I had no idea just how many had been - of for what incredibly silly sounding (at least to me) reasons!
Harry Potter: I'm fairly sure this will be a popular choice. I still find it so weird that people actually want to ban something this amazing.
Northern Lights: I genuinely love this book.
Green Eggs and Ham: According to Wikipedia this was "banned in 1965 in the People's Republic of China for it's portrayal of early Marxism".
Fanny Hill: I can kind of see why this was banned, especially at the time, but also, it's a fun book and there's a great BBC adaptation.
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: Again to Wikipedia where this was "formerly banned in Hunan China in 1931" because it portrayed animals that could talk which might encourage children to think animals and humans were equal which could be "disastrous". This makes me laugh.