District of Texas brings back 2 books amid backlash, including Bible
The district, however, said others may never return.
The Keller Independent School District in North Texas has returned two disputed books, including the Bible, to their libraries after receiving backlash for removing them before the start of the fall semester. Earlier this month, the district announced it would remove all challenged books from last year.
The list of 41 books included the Bible, The bluest eye by Toni Morrison, and a graphic novel adaptation by Anne Frank A girl’s diary. When this happened, the district was criticized on social media for the withdrawal.