One individual claims they read the novel at age nine because the book markets itself as a children's novel. “Why on earth they thought that was an appropriate book for small children to be purchasing and reading, I will never know. The 90s were a trip,” they write.
Stephen King is not a name that circulates children's classes much, except for this case. One reader shares the story of the time his teacher read the Stephen King short story about a plane crash, drug abuse, and cannibalism to a group of children.
Muliple parents claim to refrain from telling their kids truths about the meat industry. A Day No Pigs Would Die exploits that industry with graphic and unforgiving detail about working on a farm and slaughtering livestock.