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Katy ISD officials touched off a social media firestorm this week after they decided to temporarily pull a popular young adult book about racism and police brutality from library shelves at several junior high and high schools in November.Angie Thomas, author of "The Hate U Give," tweeted on Nov.The fictional book "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" by Jeff Kinney was removed for several months earlier this year but was later returned to district libraries after a final, more thorough review.Parents at an elementary school had complained about the book's depiction of bullying.Corrales Di Petta said she does not know when a final review of "The Hate U Give" will be completed.
The critically acclaimed book, which debuted this year at the top of the New York Times' Young Adult Books Best Seller list, follows a 16-year-old girl from a poor neighborhood who feels as if she's living a double life attending a suburban preparatory school.
30 that a school district in Texas had banned the book, alluding to Katy ISD.
"I'm saddened to hear that a school district in Texas banned #The Hate UGive, but I'm also empowered — you're basically telling the kids of the Garden Heights of the world that their stories shouldn't be told," wrote Thomas, who is African American, referring to the gang-ravaged neighborhood where the fictional teenage main character lives. Thanks for igniting the fire." "A review of the book in question shows it to include pervasive vulgarity and racially insensitive language," Hindt said.
"Parents have a right to challenge books, that's very common practice across most school districts," Di Petta Corrales said.
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