UPSHUR COUNTY, W. Va. - A LGBTQ children’s book has sparked controversy at a public library in West Virginia.
A patron at the Upshur County Public Library asked that the book, “Prince & Knight,” be reviewed for acceptability, WBOY-TV reported.
A library board official told WBOY-TV anyone who uses the library can ask that a book be reviewed.
Until the board meets to discuss the book, it will remain in circulation and has not been banned, the official told WBOY-TV.
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