The books are all wrapped in plain paper that cover the titles.
All are suitable for adults and teens. Each has a one-sentence description of the story line. There is also a bar code on each cover so the books can be checked out.
"At one time or another, everything from the Harry Potter series to the Bible have been on this list," said Quarryville Library manager Cheri Crowe.
The library at 357 Buck Rd. is now offering 32 of those books as a way of commemorating banned books week. The books will be available during regular library hours from Tuesday, September 26, through Saturday, September 30.
"I've never seen this done before and we've never done it here," Crowe said.
The books will be displayed in the library's teen area and will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Youth services coordinator Randi Kennedy chose the books from ones on the library's shelves.
"They are all either books that have been banned or challenged," Crowe said.
A list of those books is compiled by the American Library Association. The Library of Congress also keeps a list of banned or challenged books.
Crowe did not say which titles are behind the brown paper wrappers.
"It's kind of a blind date with a book," she said.