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"Looking for Alaska," a young adult novel that has drawn harsh criticism from some parents for being on library shelves in the Waukesha School District, appears to be safe from the chopping block.
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What do you think about parents trying to ban books in the Waukesha schools based on its content?
Their concerns are valid and "Looking for Alaska" doesn't have a place in the schools.
I don't agree with their argument and am glad the committee denied the parents' request. The book should not be censored.
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