One statement from the 10th edition of "The Cultural Landscape: An Introduction to Human Geography" textbook was most alarming to one of the parents, Hugh Nemets, who is Jewish.
"If a Palestinian suicide bomber kills several dozen Israeli teenagers in a Jerusalem restaurant, is that an act of terrorism or wartime retaliation against Israeli government policies and army actions?" the book asks.
He is one of 10 Williamson County parents who voiced their concerns at a board meeting earlier last week.
A Williamson County school district spokesperson told the station that the book was selected from a list given to them by the State Department of Education.
Parents concerned about the textbooks can submit a formal written complaint. The school district told Nashville's News 2 it has not yet received any such complaint.