It's Perfectly Normal: Changing Bodies, Growing Up, Sex, and Sexual Health
Challenged as an e-book at the Francis Howell middle school libraries in St. Charles (MO) because of cartoon nudity.>
Challenged, but retained at the Lee County (FL) libraries despite the book's explicit illustrations.>
Retained in the Lewiston (ME) Public Library after a patron refused to return a book due to her objections to its content. Other patrons donated four copies of the book which remains in circulation at the library.
A Lewiston (ME) patron refused to return the book to the Lewiston and Auburn public libraries because she was "sufficiently horrified by the illustrations and sexually graphic, amoral, abnormal contents." A police investigation found the library did not violate the town ordinance against obscenity and the patron will stand trial for theft.
Restricted, but latter, based upon a review committee's recommendations, returned to general circulation shelves with some limits on student access in the Holt Middle School library in Fayetteville (AR) despite a parent's complaint that it was sexually explicit.
Challenged, but retained at the Holt Middle School library in Fayetteville (AR) despite a parent's complaint that it was sexually explicit.
Moved from the young adult to the adult section of the Fort Bend County Libraries in Richmond (TX). Also moved to the restricted section of the Fort Bend School Districts media centers after a resident complained via email about the book's content.
Challenged, but retained, in Montgomery County (TX) library system after the Republican Leadership Council characterized the book as "vulgar" and trying to "minimize or even negate that homosexuality is a problem".
Restricted in elementary and middle school due to objections of "value statements".
Challenged in Holland (MA) and Marion County (FL) public libraries due to sexually explicit content.
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