The three novels and where they rank:
|87. Tiger Eyes|
|99. Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret.|
You can view the entire list here.
I've read them and love each and every one of these books, and I look forward to sharing them with my daughter over the next month, now that she is old enough to appreciate them.
I have no problem with a parent deciding what is or isn't appropriate for their own children to read. It kinda comes with the job description. But I would never be so self-righteous as to tell someone else what their children should or shouldn't read; that's called censorship, boys and girls.
Steph Su is hosting a Banned Books Reading Challenge on her blog, as is Donna at litbites. There are a lot of great blogs taking part.
I hope you will check out the list and participate in your own way to bring awareness to this issue.