From the Effingham Daily News:
She added all the library's sections are open to every age, meaning if the book were moved to the adult section, teenagers would still be allowed to check it out.
Although the ultimate decision was to leave the book in the teen section, the board commended Esker for keeping track of what her children are reading.
"Obviously, your daughter has taken on your values," said Secretary Jane Wise.
Discounting the whole challenge thing, this story was actually a nice example of a younger reader holding her hand up and saying, "WHOA. THIS BOOK IS NOT FOR ME."
I mean, obviously, the parent took that statement and went a step further to "IF IT'S NOT FOR YOU, IT'S NOT FOR ANYONE YOUR AGE", which is problematic, but still.