James Patterson responds to potential book ban in Florida
James Patterson replies to the latest Florida book ban dispute.
No children under 12 should see Marvel movies, according to Patterson, if his novels are outlawed.
David A. Robertson's book "When We Were Alone" was outlawed in Florida.
The history of Indigenous peoples and residential schools in Canada is covered in the book.
Book bans, according to Patterson, are "un-American."
Over 425 million copies of Patterson's books have been sold worldwide.
According to the author, literature should not be restricted but rather used as a teaching tool.
In the past, Patterson has opposed book censorship and spoken out against books being banned.