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(RED VOICE MEDIA) – In recent years, school boards across the nation have been answering to parents regarding literature found inside school libraries deemed by many as inappropriate. This month, attention was turned to Columbia River High School in Vancouver, Washington, and one book in particular – “Gender Queer” by Maia Kobabe – when Vancouver resident Sally Snyder did some digging into her local schools and discovered that the troubling book was located at CRHS.

Snyder told Clark County Today that she had seen the book mentioned in articles where parents had complained to other school boards from different states about the content of the book and its availability to students.

One would think that books inside school libraries would be unquestionably appropriate for students, especially this one, as that it was given an Alex Award by the American Library Association. That same group said that although “Gender Queer” was written for adults, it has “special appeal to young adults ages 12-18.”

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