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Scochrane26
George | Alex Gino
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Day 4 of #adventrecommends Such a sweet book for younger kids or MG about a transgender child. @emilyrose_x

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peytonfleming
George | Alex Gino
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Review: George by Alex Gino, 2015, is a realistic fiction book about a young boy who knows that she's truly a girl, and her mission to play a girls part in a class play.
Blurb: This is another greta example of the genre because students do face things like this it could help children who don't feel as comfortable in their bodies less alone and like they aren't the only ones who feel this way.
Quote: ““I want to be Charlotte,” George whispered.“

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AshlynSwartz
George | Alex Gino
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#3 This book is about “George,” who was born as a boy, but has always known that she was a girl. “George” goes through the process of self-acceptance and becoming more comfortable being who she really is as Melissa. The genre of this book is contemporary fiction, written for a middle school audience. If you like books that talk about the reality some young people face as they accept who they truly are, then this is the book for you!

MissYaremcio I love this review Ashlyn! It sounds like such a good book! 2w
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Kdgordon88
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#BookReport I finished Lilli de Jong which started out flat for me but picked up. 3 1/2 ⭐️I also finished the audio version of HP and the Goblet of Fire 5🌟. #WeeklyForecast. Finish Anne, hope to make good progress on Hild and read Becoming Nicole. This last week was a very slow reading week. I hope this coming week is better as I‘m looking forward to #wintergames beginning Dec 1st. @Cinfhen

kspenmoll I live #wintergames too! 3w
Amiable The tagged book is so good, isn't it? I also read “Hild“ a few years ago and did like it, although it was a bit dense in parts. 3w
Cinfhen I‘m kind of glad I put aside the Lilli book....I wasn‘t in the right mood for it. Looks like you have some good reads coming up. 2w
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MidnightBookGirl
A Year Without a Name | Cyrus Grace Dunham
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This memoir is a bit messy and feels like it ends too soon, but it's a story that needs to exist. Cyrus Grace grapples with gender and longing and feeling displaced. More gender queer voices in books can only lead to helping others on their own journeys, and Cyrus Grace definitely holds nothing back.
#NFNov @clwojick

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Chrissyreadit
George | Alex Gino
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Love this book so much! George knows she‘s a girl, and learns how to be her best self! #diversemiddlegrade #booked2019

Cinfhen Woohoo!!! Another prompt completed!!! 1mo
Cinfhen I really want to read this book!! It‘s gotten so much #LitsyLove 1mo
readordierachel 💞💞 1mo
Chrissyreadit @Cinfhen I was not sure what to expect but I loved it! Highly recommend! 1mo
Soubhiville I liked this one too. 1mo
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