Nashville, TN - Local author Charles Hammond IV attended a Tennessee school board meeting on Friday to demand his non-controversial novel Moose be banned from all school libraries.
According to Amazon, Moose is the heartfelt tale of Marty The Moose who saves a family from a car accident and the life-long relationship that ensues.
Despite its wholesome message, Hammond challenged the board to release a press release about the ban as soon as possible.
Hammond told the committee, "There's some really nasty stuff in here that kids should not see. I insist you ban my book immediately," before adding, "Go see for yourself. It's available on Amazon for a limited time at a discounted price."
Hammond was one of three dozen authors at the meeting who demanded their works be banned. Another dozen is expected to speak at the February meeting.
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