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List view record 1: Are you a boy or are you a girl?List view anchor tag for record 1: Are you a boy or are you a girl?
List view record 2: Big Bob, Little BobList view anchor tag for record 2: Big Bob, Little Bob
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Big Bob, Little Bob

Howe, James, 1946-2016
Books, Manuscripts
Big Bob likes trucks and throwing balls and being loud. Little Bob likes dolls and jingling bracelets and being quiet. No matter what they do, they do not do it the same way. Can they possibly be friends despite these differences?
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The girl with two dads

Elliott, Mel2019
Books, Manuscripts
Matilda is a new girl at Pearl's school, but there's something really different and cool about her family - she has TWO dads! Pearl is sure that Matilda's family must be very different to her own but, as they become friends, she starts to discover that maybe Matilda's family aren't so different a...
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Harriet gets carried away

Sima, Jessie2018
Books, Manuscripts
While shopping with her two dads for supplies for her birthday party, Harriet, who is wearing a penguin costume, is carried away by a waddle of penguins and must hatch a plan in order to get herself back to the store in the city.
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Heather has two mommies

Newman, Lesléa2015
Books, Manuscripts
Heather's favorite number is two. She has two arms, two legs, and two pets. And she also has two mommies. When Heather goes to school for the first time, someone asks her about her daddy, but Heather doesn't have a daddy. Then something interesting happens. When Heather and her classmates all dra...
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Heather has two mummies

Newman, Lesléa2015
Books, Manuscripts
Heather's favourite number is two. She has two arms, two legs,and two pets. And she also has two mummies. When Heather goes to school for the first time, someone asks her about her daddy, but Heather doesn't have a daddy. Then something interesting happens. When Heather and her classmates all dra...
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How to be a real man

Stuart, Scott2021
Books, Manuscripts
Scott Stuart encourages boys to embrace who they truly are in this empowering and funny story, smashing age-old assumption about what it means to be a man. Encompassing boys and men from different backgrounds, and told in irresistible rhyme, this book is a must-have picture book for all young rea...
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I am Jazz!

Herthel, Jessica2014
Books, Manuscripts
'Jazz always knew she was different from other kids. She had a girl's brain and a boy's body. This is her story.'--Back cover.
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I love my purse

DeMont, Belle2017
Books, Manuscripts
Charlie loves the bright red purse that his grandmother let him have. One day, he decides to take it to school. First his father, then his friends, and even the crossing guard question him about his "strange" choice. After all, boys don't carry purses. They point out that they, too, have things t...
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I'm not a girl

Lyons, Maddox2020
Books, Manuscripts
Nobody seems to understand that Hannah is not a girl. His parents ask why he won't wear the cute outfits they pick out. His friend thinks he must be a tomboy. His teacher insists he should be proud to be a girl. But a birthday wish, a new word, and a stroke of courage might be just what Hannah ne...
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