It appears so. After Paul preached the gospel in Ephesus, and won numerous converts, the Book of Acts says, with approval, that there was a book burning (19:19-20 KJV):
Many of them also which used curious arts brought their books together, and burned them before all men: and they counted the price of them, and found it fifty thousand pieces of silver. So mightily grew the word of God and prevailed.
Book burning is closely akin to iconoclasm (the destruction of things sacred to others), as in this fearful gesture of iconoclasm under the Taliban-like reign of the zealous monotheist Jehu, recorded in the Hebrew Bible, in II Kings 10:26-27 (KJV):
And they brought forth the images out of the house of Baal, and burned them.
And they brake down the image of Baal, and brake down the house of Baal, and made it a draught house unto this day.
A “draught house” is a polite way for the King James translators to tell us that the ruins of Baal’s temple were used by the Judeans as a place to take a piss.
And below are some fundamentalists, apparently prompted by passages like those in Acts and II Kings, destroying books. Those participating belong to Amazing Grace Baptist Church in Canton, North Carolina. They are “King James Version only” adherents (hence their ripping up of competing Bible translations).