Celebrate Banned Books Week - with a Poll!

Banned Books Week is a celebration of the freedom of speech and the freedom to read.  It is held annually during the last week in September.  It celebrates the FREADOM to read and experience ideas even if others might not agree with them. We at CHB, as an independent bookstore, particularly value freedom of speech and the freedom of our customers to choose freely what to read! This week we're celebrating books that others have attempted to ban (or unfortunately, sometimes succeeded in banning), in the spirit of that freedom!

Review: Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho

England’s magic is running out, and Zacharias Wythe, the Sorcerer Royal (and an entirely unpopular one to boot), doesn’t know how to fix the problem. Pressured by the magical community’s hostile threats to his position and growing interest and concern from England’s non-magical government, Zacharias travels to fairyland in a last-ditch attempt to solve the magic crisis and keep his rightful place as Sorcerer Royal.


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