At some of the ASU libraries there are unique 2017 ASU Banned Book Trading Cards hidden within banned books that have been tagged with a yellow book binding. Each card corresponds to a book that was recently banned or challenged and has interesting information about why and where it was banned. Your mission, if you choose to accept it, is to figure out what books have been banned or challenged by interacting with your libraries book display or this libguide, and look up those books in the ASU Library Catalog.
You may use the lists below to help identify a banned or challenged book.
Note: If you do not find the card it either may have shifted or was retrieved by someone else. Try your luck with a different title, or bring an unmarked banned book to the information desk in exchange for the trading card and much praise.
Lists to use for this activity:
Top Ten Challenged Books of 2016: http://www.ala.org/advocacy/bbooks/NLW-Top10
2015-16 Books Challenged and/or Banned: https://www.ila.org/content/documents/2016banned.pdf
Banned Books Libguide: https://libguides.asu.edu/BannedBooks
Completing this activity will reward you with the most amazing, priceless prizes such as: