I am a relatively new Year 3 teacher and I had a question about whether a book was suitable for the 7/8 year olds I teach. The book in question is The Boy in the Dress by David Walliams. I have read the book and think the subject of a boy wearing a dress is a great conversation starter and I know the previous Year 3 teacher even had it as their class reader. It is on my free choice shelf and a girl took it home to read with her parents. Upon reading it with her, the parents found what they describe as an inappropriate quote. The quote in question is on page 133 (if I remember correctly?!) and refers in passing, in no detail whatsoever, to a boy putting his '*****' in a test tube. She isn't the first child to read this book at home and I haven't received any other queries about the book. I spoke to the girl about the passage in question and she really didn't care about it. So, this is a really long winded way of asking, should I keep the book available to the children or take it off the shelf? EDIT: My initial response was to keep the book, but I wanted to know what others would do.