Boy, 11, finds adult book in school library before slamming raunchy content

An 11-year-old boy who found a "pornographic" book in his school library blasted the novel and demanded that administrators be prosecuted.

Knox Zajac, a pupil at a middle school in Maine, US, read a passage from the book Nick and Charlie, written by Alice Oseman that inspired the popular Netflix series Heartstopper.

The book, which comes with an age advisory of 14 years and up, tells the story of two teenage boys who steal alcohol from their parents and have a sexual relationship.

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Knox and his dad took the meeting by storm, claiming that the novel wasn't appropriate for kids of his age.

“This book was on the stand. I would like to read you a page,” Knox said.

"My back over my hips. I asked if he should take his clothes off. He was saying yes before I finished my sentence.

"He’s pulling off my T-shirt, laughing when I can’t undo his shirt buttons. He’s undoing my belt. I’m reaching into his bedside drawer for a condom.

"We're kissing again, we're rolling over. Obviously, you can see where this is going."

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Knox claimed that when he took the book out of the school library to show to his dad, the librarian asked "if I wanted more and if I wanted a graphic novel version."

Knox’s father Adam also spoke up in front of the Board of Windham Raymond School District (RSU-14) and also took issue with a book called Gender Queer by Maia Kobabe, which tells another story of sexual relations between teens and comes with an 18+ age recommendation.

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"This is bulls***", he said. "We do not need to be having literature that is showing boys how to suck d***.

"You may think the schools know what’s best for our children. You know who knows best for our children? The parents."

The Daily Star has contacted the Board of Windham Raymond School District for comment.


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