Every year the American Library Association celebrates our freedom to read by observing Banned Books Week. This year's observation takes place Sept. 25-Oct. 2, and Bernardsville Public Library is marking the occasion with a special book display featuring a large quantity of books which have been banned or challenged at one time by certain schools, governments, and organizations, both in America and around the world. To read more about the history of banned books, please refer to the ALA's information sheets. Our current book display is located in the lobby as you enter, and we welcome you to salvage these books from the trash cans in which they are displayed. See which classics of literature have been relegated to the trashheap at one time or another. Preserve your right to read: read!