Years ago, my daughter brought home two books from the school Accelerated Reader program (for 7th grade) that really opened my eyes about what's available for our children to read at school. One involved a teenage girl involved w/the married guy next door, and missing (and if I remember correctly, murdered) girls. The other involved the attempted murder of a supposed homosexual teen boy after a group of brats took his pants down and ridiculed him about his penis. That one had lots of words in it that we don't say in our home. (The best part was that these were from a Lutheran private school library! lol) These books weren't attempts at making children in 7th grade understand adultery or homophobia. They were purely fiction supposedly for their reading enjoyment. Needless to say, my daughter returned those the next day. As a parent, it is my job to be aware of what my children are reading, and my choice (for a few years anyway) as to what they read. Not the government! There should be a law against lawyers and people filing lawsuits like this.