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Challenged at the Shiloh, Illinois Elementary School library [2006].A committee of school employees and a parents suggested that the book be moved to a separate shelf, requiring parent permission before checkout.-- (Restricted to students who have parental consent at the Icicle River Middle School library in Leavenworth, Washington [2008] due to its depiction of sexuality.Parents challenged the book's use of classroom reading because of 'two cuss words'.) ("Contains expletives, references to masturbation and sexual fantasies, and derogatory characterizations of a teachers and of religious ceremonies." "Animals should not use human language, and that it was disastrous to put animals and human beings on the same level." Banned in Hunan, China beginning in 1931 for its portrayal of anthropomorphized animals acting on the same level of complexity as human beings.Louis Park High School in Minneapolis, Minnesota [2007] as required reading for sophomores.Retained in the Manchester, Connecticut School District [2008] with the requirement that teachers attend seminars on how to deal with issues of race before teaching the book in their classrooms.)(Banned in Egypt and several other Arab states, and even resulted in a belated angry reaction from the clerics of Al-Azhar University upon reprinting in Egypt in the year 2000.

Pulled from four elementary school libraries in Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina [2006] after a few parents and Mecklenburg County Commissioner Bill James questioned the controversial but true story.Pulled from the reading lists at the three Renton, Washington high schools in 2004 after an African American student said the book degraded her and her culture.The novel, which is not required reading in Renton schools but is on a supplemental list of approved books, was eventually retained for classroom usage.Joseph, Missouri [2006] after parents complained it had homosexual undertones.The illustrated book is based on a true story of two male penguins who adopted an abandoned egg at New York City's Central Park in the late 1990s.

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