I changed the name for my “It’s Monday! What Are You Reading?” posts to “My Reading Week.”
A sweet enough book which would make for a great gift for teachers.
A fun tongue-in-cheek novel that features one of Jane Austen’s most likable and unlikely heroines. I wish the title was different since the story doesn’t take place there as much as one would assume.
Another great new book to help start conversations about gender identity for kids who are asking questions and adults who are supposed to know the answers. This is a wonderful way for everyone to learn a complicated but necessary subject.
I love that Leslea Newman has been writing LGBTQ books for so many years. I discovered this title on a recent list. Even if the illustrations seem very dated, the story of a day of Pride was fun.
This picture book was controversial when it was first published twenty-five years ago. It’ll probably ruffle some feathers today. The vocabulary and the illustrations may be outdated but I’m glad there was a book like this back then that reflected some people’s lives.
An interesting alphabet book that focuses on Pride from a Canadian publisher.
***= Liked It
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