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Retained in the Manchester, Connecticut School District  with the requirement that teachers attend seminars on how to deal with issues of race before teaching the book in their classrooms.)(Banned in Egypt and several other Arab states, and even resulted in a belated angry reaction from the clerics of Al-Azhar University upon reprinting in Egypt in the year 2000.
Challenged at the Shiloh, Illinois Elementary School library .
A committee of school employees and a parents suggested that the book be moved to a separate shelf, requiring parent permission before checkout.
The books were returned after the local paper questioned the ban.
It should be noted that there was no formal request for the book's removal.
(Suspended from a Crook County High School classroom in Prineville, Oregon in 2008 after a parent complained that it was offensive.