Sid Doesn't Feel Like a Boy Or a Girl!

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, Mar 12, 2015 - Gender identity - 24 pages
When young Sid decides they don't feel like they're a boy or a girl, the people around them are slow to understand. When they go to school the next day, it doesn't get much better when the teacher decides to separate the class into boys and girls. Despite the hardship they face, Sid discovers that love will always prevail and that being different is not a bad thing. The simple illustrations and fun rhyming story are fun and catchy for any age! The book also includes an activity section where kids can write about or draw their own experiences with having fun, dealing with unfairness, and remembering those that care about them. Children will fall in love with ""Sid Doesn't Feel like a Boy or a Girl!" This book is the perfect educational resource for: - Children questioning or exploring their gender - Children who have friends that are questioning or exploring their gender, or just want to learn - Parents who's children are questioning or exploring their gender - Teachers who's students are questioning or exploring their gender - Parents or teachers who are misinformed or curious about gender exploration in children Through this book, the author, a 17 year old transgender girl, hopes to reduce the stigma that is directed at transgender and non-binary children. As there are hardly any children's books about being transgender, and even fewer about being non-binary, she hopes this book will be a positive contribution.

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About the author (2015)

Dylan Greenberg is a 17 year old girl who lives in New York City with her two parents and little sister. She loves dogs, playing music on her guitar, and making movies. When she was born, the doctor decided her body was a boy body, but later Dylan realized she wasn't a boy. It took some time for people to understand, but now Dylan is supported by her close family and friends. She hopes that through educating both kids and grown- ups about being transgender, transgender children won't have to deal with the bullying, harassment and ridicule that they often face from others. This her first published children's book.

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