Some familiar titles dominate another list of controversial books.
FOX News Radio's Paul Stevens has the details:
The American Library Association releasing its annual state of the libraries report highlighting the top-ten books that some parents and educators find too offensive for most libraries and schools. At No. 1 the "Captain Underpants" children's picture books cited for offensive language and material unsuited for its targeted age group. In at No. 2, Nobel laureate Toni Morrison's first novel "The Bluest Eye" flagged for language, violence and sexual content. Rounding out the Top Five: "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian", "Fifty Shades of Grey" and "The Hunger Games".
Paul Stevens, FOX News Radio.