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It Feels Good to Be Yourself: A Book About Gender Identity

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It includes two non-binary characters: ones who feels like both a boy and a girl, and one who doesn't feel like either. Note: A copy of this book was provided to The Baby Bookworm by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. June, at least in my part of the world is LGBTQ Pride Month, which I plan to read one children's book, which pertains to the subject everyday this month.

It is associated with movements to deprive girls of safe spaces, especially single sex school toilets and changing rooms.Parents must lead their children, in love and wisdom, to be their best selves in their God-given biological gender.

These objections are sometimes associated with bigotry around alternative sexualities, but that is a distraction, because many gay and lesbian voices are no less outraged at this form of gender theory.

An elegant and gorgeously illustrated book about gender identity for young readers and their families! All in all, It Feels Good to Be Yourself: A Book About Gender Identity is a wonderful children's book about the concept of gender identity told in a sweet and child friendly manner. I think this is a great book for those members of society who want to be sure their children grow up with every option open and available to them. I think one of the easiest selling points is actually the title because it's such a perfect statement that encapsulates so many parts of identity. This book says that the people present at a child's birth "make a guess" about what the child's gender is.

Especially wonderful is the way the illustrations explore further elements, such as diversity, intersectionality and non-gendered clothing and play, giving kids and parents even more avenues to discuss all the wonderful ways we can be different. It Feels Good to Be Yourself: A Book About Gender Identity is a children's picture book written by Theresa Thorn and illustrated by Noah Grigni, which introduces the concept of gender identity to young readers. They also have friends like Alex – who is both a boy and a girl – and JJ, who doesn’t feel like either. Noah Grigni, the illustrator, mentions in their note at the end that they grew up without access to words like transgender. Featuring a vibrant rainbow design, and our super-sized Q logo, you won't find a more stylish way to make a statement.I will definitely recommend this to my friends with kids, frequently put it on display at my library, recommend it whenever possible, and read it aloud as often as I can. She is a transgender girl; when she was little, everyone thought she was a boy, but when she was old enough to speak for herself, she let everyone know the truth. This expansive, straightforward framing of gender emphasizes curiosity, joy, and positive self-expression . The weirdest thing about this book is how it's like, "Rosie's parents thought she was a girl, but she's actually a boy," without explaining what either of those words mean or why these concepts are significant in society.

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