The Macon Telegraph Reports Last month, two popular books that dealt with sex, reckless driving and murder alarmed parent Katie Jones so much that she fought for their removal from the Crawford County Middle School library.
She won, at least for now.
"Extreme Elvin" by Chris Lynch and "Double Date" by R.L. Stine, are books that deal with the often complex issues teenagers confront. They are now off limits to students.
The books will continue to stay off the shelves until at least December when board members finalize a library book policy, said Crawford County school board Chairwoman Patrice Walker.