And by re-challenged, I mean that the woman who brought the original challenge isn't satisfied with the outcome of the challenge process (because the school opted to keep the book in the curriculum) and has gone the appeals route:
Francis Wood wants "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian" off Brunswick County School shelves.
"This book is not morally acceptable," Wood says.
She's appealed Cedar Grove Middle School's decision to keep the book, taking her effort to the superintendent.
Previously: Two challenge updates.