Where Was Blubber by Judy Blume Banned?

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Blubber was not officially banned. It was however censored and was considered a controversial book for young readers. For this reason many schools left this book off reading lists. The reason is mature language.
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In. Blubber. Jill Brenner tells the reader about how she & everyone in her fifth grade class gang up on a fellow classmate, named Linda Fisher. Linda Fisher is overweight, and
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Blubber presents the all-too-familiar scenario of childhood/adolescent cruelty. Linda, an overweight classmate, becomes the victim of relentless bullying from her fifth-grade class.
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The protagonist is Jill, a Pennsylvania fifth-grader[1] who joins her
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