My Sister, Daisy

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Pub Date 3 Mar 2022 | Archive Date 8 Mar 2022

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Description

Daisy’s older brother is thrilled when he gets a baby brother. They are best buddies who do everything together. But then, in kindergarten, his younger brother realizes she is a girl and wants to be called Daisy. Daisy’s brother must adjust to the change— including what it means for him and their sibling relationship. A moving, lyrical picture book based on a true story, My Sister, Daisy handles a sensitive subject with warmth and love.

Daisy’s older brother is thrilled when he gets a baby brother. They are best buddies who do everything together. But then, in kindergarten, his younger brother realizes she is a girl and wants...


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Featured Reviews

This was a beautiful book.

The topic of transgender is covered so well, there is compassion, care and delicacy in the handling of the subject.

The book is easy to understand and is explains it really well.

The images are lovely and it is a superb book all-round.

A great way to introduce this topic to younger ones too.

It is 5 stars from me for this one – very highly recommended!

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A beautiful book about a little boy who becomes a big brother to a new baby. He enjoys showing the baby his toys, making them giggle and teaching the new baby things, and thinking he had a brother to play with! But then one day she tells him she is a girl, her parents and everyone got it wrong! Gradually everyone learns to accept that a child is just a child regardless of gender and they are just the same as before.

A great book about dealing with transgender from an early age and accepting children for who they are and loving them regardless.

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