Judy Blume's actions speak louder than words when asked how she feels about banning books.
In June, author and all-around American treasure Judy Blume spoke at Washington, D.C.'s Politics & Prose bookstore.
One of the interview's most interesting portions touched on the topic of "banned books," something Blume knows all too well, having been the target of censorship efforts ("Forever," "Blubber," "Deenie," "Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret," and "Tiger Eyes"). She was asked if it hurt for people to say her books were bad for kids.