20 banned books that may surprise you

The following books may seem quite harmless to most, but they still made it onto a banned books list.

20. 'Bridge to Terabithia,' by Katherine Paterson

Paterson's book about two children who pretend to visit a fantasy country has been banned by various schools for offensive language (the main character, a boy named Jess, occasionally uses what some view as the Lord's name in vain) and the themes of mortality in the book, which includes the sudden death of a main character.

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