Johnny is pretty sure he isn't gay, but he's not quite sure what it means that he wants to be Debbie Harry -- to dress like her, have hair like hers, and to hang out with drag queens.
Brothers, Meagan (Author)
2010 - Henry Holt & Co.
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Errol's best friend, Thomas the teddy bear, wants to be a girl.
Walton, Jess (Author)
2016 - Bloomsbury
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Morris wears a beautiful orange dress that reminds him of his mother’s hair and tigers, but his classmates say that dresses are for girls. One night, Morris has a dream that changes everything.
Baldacchino, Christine (Author)
2014 - Groundwood Books
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This updated edition of Bornstein's original gender workbook addresses gender and related concerns with candor, compassion and humor.
Bornstein, Kate (Author)
2013 - Routledge
Anyone can be a princess, a pirate, a mermaid, or a superhero. Demonstrated through rhyming text and whimsical illustrations, whatever you can imagine, you can become.
Bone, Lisa (Author); Bone, Jeffrey (Author)
2014 - Magination Press
An illustrated guide to the nuances of gender and gender identity for all ages.
Hill , Mel Reiff (Author); Mays, Jay (Author)
2013 - Marshall House Press
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