A small man is sucked out of his clothes and into a hellish wasteland where he must defeat a cult of baking Hitlers before they give rise to the abomination known as M'ilk.
1972 - Sendak's editor, Ursula Nordstrom wrote to a librarian who burned the book and commented on librarians and teacher painting over the boy's nudity
Illinois - Banned in Norridge at Pennoyer Elementary after a school board member complained about "nudity without a purpose," but was reinstated in 2012.
Missouri - Damaged in Springfield by drawing shorts on the nude boy
1985 - Wisconsin - Challenged at the Cunningham Elementary School libraries for nudity
1988 - Illinois - Challenged at the Robeson Elementary School in Champaign because of "gratuitous" nudity
1989 - New Jersey - Challenged at the Camden Elementary school libraries for nudity
1992 - Minnesota - Challenged at the Elk River schools because reading the book "could lay the foundation for future use of pornography"
1994 - Texas - Challenged at the El Paso Public Library because "the little boy pictured did not have any clothes on and it pictured his private area"
2006 - North Carolina - Challenged in the Wake County schools. Parents are getting help from Called2Action, a Christian group that says its mission is to "promote and defend our shared family values."
"Dances and Dames"
Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0
Doyle, Robert P. Banned Books: Challenging Our Freedom to Read. 2014.