Tulsa, OK- Green Country parents are trying to get "Buster's Sugartime" by Marc Brown pulled from the shelf of a Union Public School.
"I'm very shocked and I'm glad you brought it to my attention," said Kim Brown, who has three kids attending Thomas Jefferson Elementary, where the book is located in the library. "I didn't even know there was a book like that. I'm dissappointed to find out my kids had access to that without my even knowing it."
The book, which is based on a PBS series "Postcards from Buster" follows the main character to Vermont, where he learns how maple syrup is made and meets a same-sex couple who are raising kids.
Vermont was the first state to legalize same-sex civil unions in 2000.
"I don't want them to read that because I don't believe that's what marriage is," said Brown.
Another mom had a different opinion.
"The world is so different now and times have changed so much that I don't think it's fair to look back on the past and think that's the way it should be," said Ashley Hoffman.
In October, the same book came before the Union School District's Materials Review Committee, which voted 6-1 to keep it available for students.