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Frequently Banned Books 1990-2000


List issued by the American Library Association.

1Scary Stories (Series)Alvin Schwartz
2Daddy's RoommateMichael Willhoite
3I Know Why the Caged Bird SingsMaya Angelou
4The Chocolate WarRobert Cormier
5The Adventures of Huckleberry FinnMark Twain
6Of Mice and MenJohn Steinbeck
7Harry Potter (Series)J. K. Rowling
8ForeverJudy Blume
9Bridge to TerabithiaKatherine Paterson
10Alice (Series)Phyllis Reynolds Naylor
11Heather Has Two MommiesLeslea Newman
12My Brother Sam is DeadJames Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier
13The Catcher in the RyeJ. D. Salinger
14The GiverLois Lowry
15It's Perfectly NormalRobie Harris
16Goosebumps (Series)R. L. Stine
17A Day No Pigs Would DieRobert Newton Peck
18The Color PurpleAlice Walker
20Earth's Children (Series)Jean M. Auel
21The Great Gilly HopkinsKatherine Paterson
22A Wrinkle in TimeMadeleine L'Engle
23Go Ask AliceAnonymous
24Fallen AngelsWalter Dean Myers
25In the Night KitchenMaurice Sendak
26The Stupids (Series)Harry Allard
27The WitchesRoald Dahl
28The New Joy of Gay SexCharles Silverstein
29Anastasia Krupnik (Series)Lois Lowry
30The GoatsBrock Cole
31Kaffir BoyMark Mathabane
32BlubberJudy Blume
33Killing Mr. GriffinLois Duncan
34Halloween ABCEve Merriam
35We All Fall DownRobert Cormier
36Final ExitDerek Humphry
37The Handmaid's TaleMargaret Atwood
38Julie of the WolvesJean Craighead George
39The Bluest EyeToni Morrison
40What's Happening to my Body? Book for Girls: A Growing-Up Guide for Parents & DaughtersLynda Madaras
41To Kill a MockingbirdHarper Lee
42BelovedToni Morrison
43The OutsidersS. E. Hinton
44The PigmanPaul Zindel
45Bumps in the NightHarry Allard
46DeenieJudy Blume
47Flowers for AlgernonDaniel Keyes
48Annie on my MindNancy Garden
49The Boy Who Lost His FaceLouis Sachar
50Cross Your Fingers, Spit in Your HatAlvin Schwartz
51A Light in the AtticShel Silverstein
52Brave New WorldAldous Huxley
53Sleeping Beauty TrilogyA. N. Roquelaure (Anne Rice)
54Asking About Sex and Growing UpJoanna Cole
55CujoStephen King
56James and the Giant PeachRoald Dahl
57The Anarchist CookbookWilliam Powell
58Boys and SexWardell Pomeroy
59Ordinary PeopleJudith Guest
60American PsychoBret Easton Ellis
61What's Happening to my Body? Book for Boys: A Growing-Up Guide for Parents & SonsLynda Madaras
62Are You There, God? It's Me, MargaretJudy Blume
63Crazy LadyJane Conly
64Athletic ShortsChris Crutcher
65FadeRobert Cormier
66Guess What?Mem Fox
67The House of SpiritsIsabel Allende
68The Face on the Milk CartonCaroline B. Cooney
69Slaughterhouse-FiveKurt Vonnegut
70Lord of the FliesWilliam Golding
71Native SonRichard Wright
72Women on Top: How Real Life Has Changed Women's FantasiesNancy Friday
73Curses, Hexes and SpellsDaniel Cohen
74JackA. M. Homes
75Bless Me, UltimaRudolfo A. Anaya
76Where Did I Come From?Peter Mayle
77CarrieStephen King
78Tiger EyesJudy Blume
79On My HonorMarion Dane Bauer
80Arizona KidRon Koertge
81Family SecretsNorma Klein
82Mommy Laid An EggBabette Cole
83The Dead ZoneStephen King
84The Adventures of Tom SawyerMark Twain
85Song of SolomonToni Morrison
86Always RunningLuis Rodriguez
87Private PartsHoward Stern
88Where's Waldo?Martin Hanford
89Summer of My German SoldierBette Greene
90Little Black SamboHelen Bannerman
91Pillars of the EarthKen Follett
92Running LooseChris Crutcher
93Sex EducationJenny Davis
94The Drowning of Stephen JonesBette Greene
95Girls and SexWardell Pomeroy
96How to Eat Fried WormsThomas Rockwell
97View from the Cherry TreeWillo Davis Roberts
98The Headless CupidZilpha Keatley Snyder
99The TerroristCaroline B. Cooney
100Jump Ship to FreedomJames Lincoln Collier and Christopher Collier

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