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Phoenix goes to school
Phoenix wants to wear her favourite purple dress to express her gender, but she is scared of being bullied on her first day of school. Follow Phoenix"s journey as she arrives at school, makes some friends, stands up for herself, and helps us learn to be true to who we really are.
K12 Childrens Plus, Inc.
|Statement||Phoenix and Michelle Finch ; [illustrations by] Sharon Davey|
|Contributions||Finch, Michelle, author, Davey, Sharon, ill|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged)|
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Phoenix Goes to School () is written by mother and daughter team Michelle and Phoenix Finch and illustrated by Sharon story is based on the experiences of co-author Phoenix Finch, a gender non-conforming transgender girl, . PJ Goes to School (PJGtS), a companion program to PJ Library®, works with schools and educators across North America to bring Jewish values to life in your school community. PJGtS offers a holistic approach to family engagement and Jewish education, triggering conversations about Jewish values in schools in the same way PJ Library inspires.
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Phoenix’s story of finding her place at school is heartwarming and inspiring. The author, Phoenix’s Mom in real life, provides information about gender and identity and questions for contemplation and discussion. This book should be in all libraries, schools, and family homes/5(22). Phoenix Goes to School is a biography written by the mother of a strong, beautiful, brave, young girl who is transgender.
She is nervous to start school because she is scared of being bullied because of how she dresses. Her mom encourages her /5. Phoenix Goes To School Book.
likes. A short children's book written by Phoenix and Michelle Finch about Phoenix's experience going to school wearing a dress. Illustrated by Sharon Davey.5/5(3).
Author Michelle Finch will read from and sign Phoenix Goes to School: A Story to Support Transgender and Gender Diverse Children Phoenix is preparing for her first day of school. She is excited but scared of being bullied because of her gender identity and expression.
Our family loved Phoenix Goes to School. Michelle and Phoenix did a great job conveying Phoenix’ feelings, bravery and acceptance/support by friends. The questions in the back were great conversation starters - both of my daughters related well to Phoenix’ worries the first day of school and not only responded with the correct pronouns but /5.
Sharon Davey’s illustrations bring this book to life in a vivacious and uplifting way. Finding high quality and beautifully illustrated children’s books that represent the LGBT+ community can be a challenge, but Phoenix Goes to School is both eloquently written and gorgeously illustrated and is a must have for any children’s bookshelf.
Of course the book isn’t just about going to school, but it also shows us why Phoenix loves dresses, and what else she loves to do. I also loved the art, it was quite pretty. Plus points to the last pages of the book with questions for kids, some information for grown-ups, and also some talking points.
Phoenix Goes to School: A Story to Support Transgender and Gender Diverse Children (Hardcover) By Michelle Finch, Phoenix Finch. $ This is an empowering and brightly-illustrated children's book for children aged 3+ to help children engage with gender identity in a fun, uplifting way. PHOENIX GOES TO SCHOOL.
Our book is underway, things are moving quickly. Very excited and nervous. Good things to come. Phoenix Goes to School A Story to Support Transgender and Gender Diverse Children (Book): Finch, Michelle: With encouragement from her mother, teacher, and a fellow student, Phoenix, who was assigned male at birth but identifies as female.
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Phoenix goes to school: a story to support transgender and gender diverse children. [Michelle Finch; Phoenix Finch; Sharon Davey] -- With encouragement from her mother, teacher, and a fellow student, Phoenix, who was assigned male at birth but identifies as female, finds the courage to face the first day of school.
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