DISCLAIMER: This is for a Readathon Mini-challenge. Just because the internet is forever, I want to make it clear that I don't approve of banning books and this post is a FUN mockery of those that think they have the right to tell other people what they can and can't read.
Hunger by Jackie Morse Kessler should not be allowed on bookshelves because it promotes sex, eating disorders, and godlessness.
"Tammy was disciplined when it came to food. She could bring up a doughnut in thirty seconds." This passage places binging and purging on a pedestal, especially with the main character musing: "Maybe one day, she would be able to control her body the way Tammy controlled hers." It is an ill-disguised attempt at a bulimia how-to guide.
And the main character is constantly stripping her clothes off: not a good example for the girls who will be reading this book. For example on page 78: "Lisa stripped off her flannel pajamas...Next came her underwear..."