An honest and heartwarming picture book, told in a way that children can understand, about self discovery.
A sensitive and straightforward telling of the story of Jazz Jennings, a young boy who, with the support of his family and doctor, finds that he can live most happily and honestly as a girl. Excellent choice for a child facing a similar experience or those who want to better understand friends who are transgender.
A perfect book to help parents (or any one else) to explain what it means to be transgender. With the transgender bathroom controversy so much in the news recently, a lot of kids may have questions that their parents feel uncomfortable answering. This sensitive, well-written book written by a kid their own age will help many kids under this dilemma, and what they can do to help. A+!
I am so inspired by you. You are a great role model to young people. You are strong person to be dealing with so much. I watch your shows all the time on TLC. #_TEAMJAZZ
nice book about a young trans girl. good for example Transgender issues to young kids. or a good book to give young trans kids out there to show that there are others like them out there.
A positve age-appropriate presentation of coming to embrace who you are.
I saw Jazz in a video and thought she was mature, confident, well-spoken, and admirable. Her book does an excellent job of telling children her story of recognizing and accepting herself and helping others (her parents first) to do the same. This book is easy to read, pretty easy to understand. I do see some people wanting to have the book banned from school libraries, but I truly think this book should be in them, and available to all children to help them/us understand the many different kinds of lives in the world.
A cute picture book explaining what it's like to be a transgendered child.
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