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The Giver by Lois Lowry is a Newbery Award winner, was and is unfairly banned from many elementary schools because this book provokes thoughts which people are not ready to deal with.
Imagine living in a world of delusion with nothing to set you apart from any other person.Where weather does not change and colors do not exist.Where feeling get masked and differences in views were punished.This is a world in which a twelve-year old boy, Jonah, lived in and soon changed for himself.
This book was banned from many elementary schools because many parents felt that this book was ” â€putting thoughts into a young child’s life that he/she are simply not ready to deal with at eleven or twelve years of age;;”.This was a specific complaint of one of the parents who felt that this book was too strong for young readers.
Another argument presented by a number of parents in 1995, was that the book discussed “infanticide and sexual awakening.””Yet, another complaint, which this time was made by a pastor, stated that The Giver contained “mature themes— such as suicide and sexuality.
I do not believe that The Giver was banned purely because the parents thought that this would be too shocking or harmful for adolescents to read. Parents simply want to protect their children from the truth that this book points out even though it is a fiction story.
Parents do not want their children reading about infanticide because it hits to close to home.I read this book when I was twelve years of age and I remember reading about the releasing of the twin baby and yes it shocked me but it also made me think about how some children are treated now.Parents are afraid to talk to their children about abortions and maybe there is a chance on how this book would raise that question in a child’s mind, and although it is a rather heavy topic to talk about adolescents should have the right to know that this do…