A school board in Canada has been forced into an action that sounds much more like something you would hear a South Carolina school board eagerly embracing. They have voted to remove a collection of children's books from the school library.
It appears that a, no doubt highly religious person, has filled a complaint about the books, and has forced the board to review them.
What is interesting is that the books in question are highly regarded award winners for young readers. In the past these books have not created great amount of highly notable controversy, but that has changed recently because: 1. The book is being released as a movie 2. The author is an atheist and 3. the Catholic church and the religious right is unhappy.
At least this is happening in Canada, where a review will take place. I fear that here in South Carolina we would move right on to the book burning.