Stephie is 7 years old. She likes bugs, books and spaghetti. Her favourite thing to do is to stay up late and watch scary movies. Also, she's a girl... which should be pretty easy to understand, right? Well, not for her dad! He's been mistaking her for a boy since she was born and struggles to see her as who she is. But other people don't have a say in what it means to be ourselves, even when we love them.
Starring the main character from Sophie Labelle's Assigned Male comics at the beginning of her transition, "My Dad Thinks I'm a Boy?!" portrays with humor a situation that is often too common, where a child is forced to negotiate authenticity and their parents' love.
The printing of this book was made possible through crowdfunding.
The target audience is 4 to 8 years old.
36 pages, in color.
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Feb 13, 2020
Feb 4, 2020
Good book about trans issues with the family, reminds me of my father‘s first transphobic assault.
Feb 21, 2019
We already had this book - i got 5 more for my kid’s classroom and school library, and to gift to friends. Stephie is a great girl to friend in your childhood, and we all hope her dad comes round eventually too. Warmly recommend the book to everyone and their inner child!
Jan 13, 2019
My kids love this book!
Jan 1, 2019