A book that contains sexual imagery, racial slurs, or any other offensive language will be banned from libraries and schools.
This means that some books will be off limits.
And in the case of books that are explicitly political, it means that the language will come off the shelves.
But some books may be allowed to stay on shelves, with some restrictions.
The American Library Association said it will work with schools to make sure that students understand their rights to free speech.
It said schools will be able to ask students for permission to have a book on the bookshelf.
The association is encouraging schools to keep books with political messages on the shelves so students can learn about their right to free expression.
The AP reports that libraries and bookstores are expected to be a major focus for the APA.
A number of states are also considering changes in their laws, with the Alabama Supreme Court hearing arguments on a proposed bill that would ban the use of the word “N—–” in books.