As back-to-school season underway, a school district in Texas has decided to remove certain books, including the Bible, from schools in the district.

Keller Independent School District Executive Director Jennifer Price emailed principals of schools on Tuesday, ordering them to remove the books from the library and classrooms, and store them in backrooms or offices, the Texas Tribune reported.

Price listed the names of the 41 books that needed to be removed. All Bible versions, an illustrated version of “Anne Frank’s Diary,” and “Gender Queer: A Memoir,” which shows author Maia Kobabe’s journey of gender identity and sexual orientation, were included in the list.

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