Be Who You Are
Nick was born in a boy's body, but has always felt like a girl inside. Nick's family supports him when he says he no longer wants to be called a boy or dress like a boy; "Always remember to be who you are Nick. Remember that we love you, and we are so proud of you." (p. 17). Nick's parents find a group for families like theirs. With their support, Nick expresses a desire to be addressed as "she," and then to be named "Hope." Based on the author's experiences with her children.
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Told from the third person point of view, the narrative follows Nick as he goes from being a boy to being a girl named Hope. Illustrations are pastel watercolors, mostly in roundels. Text is simple ... Read full review