This is banned books week in the United States, an annual event that points out censorship and emphasizes the freedom to read. In Washington, the public library system has hidden around the city hundreds of copies of six books that may be banned or challenged in some libraries and schools in the U.S. People who find these books can take them home for free. VOA's Deborah Block brings us to a bookstore where customers are searching for the books they want to read.
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