Save A Book

In Fahrenheit 451, all books are banned. If this was a reality for our community, and people had to make great risks just to save one book, here is the list of books Wichita-area residents would save. KMUW, Wichita's NPR station, has collected some of the reasons for these picks.

The Count of Monte Cristo Slaughterhouse-Five Stan the Hot Dog Man People of the Book A thesaurus On the Road The Last Man on the Moon The Hunger Games The Giving Tree Gone with the Wind Jurassic Park The Eyre Affair Night Far from the Madding Crowd A Wrinkle in Time Leaves of Grass Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Love Does The Source 1984 Watership Down How Not to Look Old The Oxford English Dictionary Amazing Mentholatum and the Commerce of Curing the Common Cold, 1889-1955 Life with Its Sorrow, Life with Its Tear Rebecca The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Apollo 13 Good Omens American Gods The Bible Los Otros Dreamers The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Redeeming Love Rocket Boys To Kill a Mockingbird The Secret Garden Prince: Life & Times The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy A Tree Grows in Brooklyn Brave New World Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell The Shack Hannah Coulter All the Light We Cannot See Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness River of Doubt The Cost of Discipleship Fahrenheit 451 The Brothers Karamazov Tarzan of the Apes The Martian Chronicles Animal Farm Bird by Bird Candide Catcher in the Rye Principia Mathematica East of Eden

 
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