Celebrate Banned Books Week with the 10 most-challenged books

Every year kids go to school or the library and bring back books that make some parents raise their eyebrows. Such language! Boy wizards! Sexual situations! Underpants! There are formal complaints lodged -- more than you might expect in 2014. The American Library Assn. keeps an annual tally, and rather than hide those books away, it brings their challenges out in the open.  This week is Banned Books Week, observed at libraries and bookstores nationwide. They celebrate books that long ago were the focus of legal battles over censorship, like "Lady Chatterley's Lover" by D.H. Lawrence, Allen Ginsberg's "Howl" and James Joyce's "Ulysses," as...