( CNN) Embattled comedian Bill Cosby’s award-winning children’s books series has landed on the American Library Association’s list of top 10 books aimed at providing removal from school libraries.

The annual listing from the ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom tends to include a broad range of titles with the potential to offend. Repeat “honorees” include Toni Morrison’s “The Bluest Eye” for depictions of rape and incest, transgender reality Tv superstar Jazz Jenning’s coming out story, “Fifty Shades of Grey” for obvious reasons, and the “Harry Potter” books because of witchcraft.

But Cosby’s “Little Bill” books are believed to the first time a name has been targeted solely for its writer and not the content of the report, ALA Office for Intellectual Freedom Director James LaRue said.