In libraries, it's important to showcase books that start conversations. As a result of the current gun control debate that is consuming the nation, here are some titles that focus on guns and school shootings. Obviously, it's also important to not show bias (hardest part of my day), so I tried to include some titles that express pro-gun idealogies, but I don't have knowledge of many. I threw in Lyga's Hero Type as an example of a book that, while focusing primarily on freedom of speech, discusses American rights in general.
1. Give a Boy a Gun, by Todd Strasser
2. The Rifle, by Gary Paulsen
3. We Need to Talk About Kevin, by Lionel Shriver
4. Hero Type, by Bary Laga
5. Columbine, by Dave Cullen
Any other suggestions, fiction or non-fiction?