I read and enjoyed it. I don’t know if you would have the same feelings, but I would recommend it. It contained parts that some people would find objectional. If that happens to you, you can stop reading it and not suggest that that others read it. That’s rational.
Throughout the country there are people who want to ban books, stop you from exercising your right to choose what’s good for you. Thats irrational. The only person who has the right to make that choice is you.
School libraries, and even public libraries are under attack by parents who find the content of some of the books makes them uncomfortable. They want the books removed from the shelves because they don’t want their children to read them and feel uncomfortable. Certainly, you have the right to make that choice for your children. You don’t have the right to make that choice for mine.
I’m assuming that you don’t have enough control over your kids to keep them from reading things that you think they shouldn’t. Instead of trying to get rid of the book, you should work on your parenting skills and have your kids respect you enough, so they listen to you and follow your guidance. You don’t have the knowledge to know what’s good for my kids or the 90% of parents who want their kids to have the right to choose.