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search-engines-web.com asks "How do Librarians resolve the conflict between Exposing Children to certain material and the Intentions behind Banned Book Week?The newportnewstimes.com Reports Books for children face the most challenges. But such challenges aren't simply an expression of a point of view, but an attempt to remove materials from public use, which restricts others' access to them."Even if the motivation to ban or challenge a book is well-intentioned, the outcome is detrimental," said Jenkins. "Censorship denies our freedom as individuals to choose and think for ourselves. For children, decisions about what books to read should be made by the people who know them best - their parents."