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'''Artist:''' Nonfiction, sex education books by Robie Harris and Jeremy Daldry
 
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'''Confronting Bodies:''' Laurie Taylor, a mother of three children in the Arkansas public school system; School Board of Arkansas
 
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'''Confronting Bodies:''' Laurie Taylor, a mother of three children in the Arkansas public school system, and, the School Board of Arkansas
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'''Dates of Action:''' 2005-2006
 
'''Dates of Action:''' 2005-2006
 
 
  
 
'''Location:''' Fayetteville, Arkansas USA
 
'''Location:''' Fayetteville, Arkansas USA
  
 
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'''Description of Artwork:''' [[It's So Amazing (book)]] and [[It's Perfectly Normal (book)]] by Robie Harris and ''The Teenage Guy's Survival Guide'' by Jeremy Daldry are nonfiction educational books that deal with human sexuality and reproduction with text and illustrations designed to be humorous and nonjudgmental. <P>
 
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'''Description of Artwork:''' It's So Amazing and [[It's Perfectly Normal]] by Robie Harris and [[The Teenage Guy's Survival Guide]] by Jeremy Daldry are nonfiction educational books that deal with human sexuality and reproduction with text and illustrations designed to be humorous and nonjudgmental. <P>
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'''The Incident:''' In spring 2005, Laurie Taylor, who has three children in the Arkansas public school system, asked the Fayetteville school district to remove Harris and Daldry's nonfiction sex education books from the school library.  A committee made up of Fayetteville school district administrators, teachers and parents reviewed the books and deemed them appropriate for the school library.  However, Taylor appealed the decision to the school board, which overturned the recommendation of the review committee and pulled the books from the library shelves. <P>
 
'''The Incident:''' In spring 2005, Laurie Taylor, who has three children in the Arkansas public school system, asked the Fayetteville school district to remove Harris and Daldry's nonfiction sex education books from the school library.  A committee made up of Fayetteville school district administrators, teachers and parents reviewed the books and deemed them appropriate for the school library.  However, Taylor appealed the decision to the school board, which overturned the recommendation of the review committee and pulled the books from the library shelves. <P>
 
 
  
 
'''Results of Incident:''' After the decision by the school board to remove the Harris and Daldry’s sex education books, parents must now check out the books for their children from a special restricted section in the library.  Thrilled by the decision, Laurie Taylor now has more than 70 additional books she hopes will be banned from the library as well.  He list includes sex education books, young adult novels and classics. <P>
 
'''Results of Incident:''' After the decision by the school board to remove the Harris and Daldry’s sex education books, parents must now check out the books for their children from a special restricted section in the library.  Thrilled by the decision, Laurie Taylor now has more than 70 additional books she hopes will be banned from the library as well.  He list includes sex education books, young adult novels and classics. <P>
 
 
  
 
'''Source:''' The Observer, and, www.charlotte.com
 
'''Source:''' The Observer, and, www.charlotte.com
 
  
  
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Latest revision as of 11:38, 10 February 2012

Date: 2005

Region: North America

Subject: Explicit Sexuality , Political/Economic/Social Opinion

Medium: Textbook Literature


Artist: Nonfiction, sex education books by Robie Harris and Jeremy Daldry

Confronting Bodies: Laurie Taylor, a mother of three children in the Arkansas public school system; School Board of Arkansas

Dates of Action: 2005-2006

Location: Fayetteville, Arkansas USA

Description of Artwork: It's So Amazing (book) and It's Perfectly Normal (book) by Robie Harris and The Teenage Guy's Survival Guide by Jeremy Daldry are nonfiction educational books that deal with human sexuality and reproduction with text and illustrations designed to be humorous and nonjudgmental.

The Incident: In spring 2005, Laurie Taylor, who has three children in the Arkansas public school system, asked the Fayetteville school district to remove Harris and Daldry's nonfiction sex education books from the school library. A committee made up of Fayetteville school district administrators, teachers and parents reviewed the books and deemed them appropriate for the school library. However, Taylor appealed the decision to the school board, which overturned the recommendation of the review committee and pulled the books from the library shelves.

Results of Incident: After the decision by the school board to remove the Harris and Daldry’s sex education books, parents must now check out the books for their children from a special restricted section in the library. Thrilled by the decision, Laurie Taylor now has more than 70 additional books she hopes will be banned from the library as well. He list includes sex education books, young adult novels and classics.

Source: The Observer, and, www.charlotte.com