A parent of an elementary school student complained about a graphic novel in the school library. Is that any reason to restrict the book in the same district’s high school libraries?
Parents of a middle school student were upset to find their child read the novel ‘One Fine Day.’ So they want it removed from four school libraries in the district.
After one parent complained that an acclaimed graphic novel was child pornography. After a letter from NCAC, the district’s review committee voted to keep the book in the school library.
A reconsideration committee voted unanimously to keep Phyllis Reynolds Naylor’s Intensely Alice in school libraries in Buffalo, Missouri after NCAC joined its letter in defense of the book with those from the ALA and ACLU.