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She's my dad! : a story for children who have a transgender parent or relative
2020
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"'My Dad's name is Haley. She used to be a he but now she is a she! Last year she did this thing called transition. She grew her hair long, painted her nails in bright colours and started wearing different clothes.' When Mini's cousin accidently misgenders her dad Haley, Mini explains why misgendering is hurtful and why we need to treat trans people with respect. Mini speaks with confidence about transitioning and gender identity, and empowers others with trans relatives or friends. This brightly illustrated book will open up discussion for people wanting to educate their children about a loved one transitioning or just about trans people in general. Featuring a child with a dad who has transitioned, this book passes on an important message about acceptance and respect, and covers pronouns, dysphoria, family diversity and misgendering"-- - (Baker & Taylor)

An illustrated picture book that tells the story of Mini and her dad Haley, a transgender woman, as Mini explains to her cousin why misgendering is damaging and emphasises the need to treat trans people with respect. For children aged 3+ who have a family member who is transitioning. - (Jessica Kingsley Pub)

<p><b>'</b>My Dad's name is Haley. She used to be a he but now she is a <b>she!</b> Last year she did this thing called <b>transition</b>. She grew her hair long, painted her nails in bright colours and started wearing different clothes.'<br><br>When Mini's cousin accidentally misgenders her dad Haley, Mini explains why misgendering is hurtful and why we need to treat trans people with respect. Mini speaks with confidence about transitioning and gender identity, and helps to educate and empower others with trans relatives or friends.<br><br>This brightly illustrated book for children aged 3 - 7 will aid discussion with children about a loved one transitioning or about trans people in general. Featuring a child with a dad who has transitioned, this book passes on an important message about acceptance and respect, and covers pronouns, dysphoria, family diversity and misgendering.</p> - (Jessica Kingsley Pub)

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