A Discussion Guide that Protects the Right to Read!

October 9, 2014
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Color_KLL_2014Now that you have your very own copy of the CBLDF Liberty Annual 2014 (it came out yesterday, so get to your local comic shop post haste if you haven’t!), it’s time for discussion, and we have just the tool: “Protecting the Right to Read: The CBLDF Liberty Annual Speaks,” a discussion and teaching guide for parents, teachers, and retailers!

Rather than spend the time trying to describe the Annual discussion guide, we’ll let author and educator (and frequent CBLDF collaborator) Meryl Jaffe and CBLDF Liberty Annual 2014 editor Lauren Sankovitch fill you in:

We hope you enjoyed the 2014 CBLDF Liberty Annual and thank you for your support. We’ve had a blast bringing you these awesome stories and hope you continue these conversations in your homes, schools, classrooms, and reading groups. On [these pages], we have some cool links for you to explore on book banning, the First Amendment, violent and nonviolent protest, and on repealing laws. But there’s so much more! Throughout this guide, you’ll find links to games, videos, and suggestions for additional reading and discussions.

The CBLDF Liberty Annual 2014 features dozens of legendary creators, who crafted 48 pages of thrilling adventure, powerful drama, and gut-busting hilarity that is not only all-new but all ages! The list of contributors is a veritable who’s who:

Story: Jeff Parker, Stan Sakai, Marc Guggenheim & Tara Butters, Jonathan Hickman, Brian Wood, Amy Chu, Al Ewing, Robin Furth, Luke Dunlavey & Ryan Dunlavey, Jeremy Lambert, Joey Weiser, Chris Eliopoulos, Rob Reger & Mariah Heuhner, Joe Quinones & Maris Wicks, Meryl Jaffe

Art: Tom Fowler, Stan Sakai, Matthew Holm, Jonathan Hickman, Terry Dodson, Shannon Wheeler, Rich Elson, Emma Vieceli, Ryan Dunlavey, Declan Shalvey & Jordie Bellaire, Joey Weiser, Chris Eliopoulos, Cat Farris, Joe Quinones & Maris Wicks, Kate Leth, Janet Lee

Pick up a copy of CBLDF Liberty Annual 2014 at your local comic shop. If you’re at NYCC this weekend, you can also pick it up at the CBLDF booth, #1564!

The CBLDF Liberty Annual 2014 discussion guide follows in its entirety.

Protecting the Right to Read: The CBLDF Liberty Annual Speaks

Download a PDF of the discussion guide here.

We need your help to keep fighting for the right to read! Help support CBLDF’s important First Amendment work by visiting the Rewards Zonemaking a donation, or becoming a member of CBLDF!

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