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Dena Vorderbruggen Vorderbruggen itibaren Van Buren, MO, Birleşik Devletler itibaren Van Buren, MO, Birleşik Devletler

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Dena Vorderbruggen Vorderbruggen itibaren Van Buren, MO, Birleşik Devletler

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im read this book right now its pretty good nd it seems very intresting

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Forever by Judy Blume (1989): When Katherine Danziger starts dating Michael Wagner, she has to decide how far to let their relationship develop physically. And her feelings will never change... will they? Grades 10-12 This book has been the subject of complaints because of its sexual content. It realistically describes the physical and relationship that develops between two high school seniors who eventually have sex. The book should be defended for its realistic exploration of a high school romance. It does not sensationalize sex, but addresses it frankly. The main character is conscientious and takes responsibility for getting tested and acquiring birth control. The book is about a girl’s first love, but it treats its subject realistically. The situations and emotions in Forever may be those facing older YAs. If challenged, I would discuss the issue with the parent, listening to their specific complaints and trying to explain the library’s position. If still requested, I would let them fill out a re-consideration request, explaining the procedure, and then I would meet with a school-level committee to make a ruling, which would be passed on to a district-level committee to rule on and pass their judgment to the superintendent. If pushed by the committee/superintendent, I would keep the book as “restricted,” but I would not consider a warning label.