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Bill Cosby's Children's Book Series On List To Be Removed From School Libraries

Oh, no not the "Little Bill" books?!!! Comedian Bill Cosby's award-winning children's books series could no longer be reading for your child. That's because the book has made the top 10 books targeted to be removed from school libraries.

The American Library Association is not having it. There have been other books on their list including "Fifty Shades of Grey" and the "Harry Potter" books - both made the list because of their content. Well, this is the first time a book has been targeted solely because of the author and not the books content.

Of course, you know Cosby's legacy has been tainted by sexual assault allegations from dozens of women. Several parents and students have challenged his children's book series and demand that the school principal try to remove it permanently from their bookshelves.

And in case you didn't know, the "Little Bill" books follow the adventures and life lessons of Bill Jr., a 5-year-old Philadelphia boy. The series became an Emmy Award-winning Saturday morning cartoon series that ran on and off from 1999 to 2006.