You are hereBack to top
More than anything else, George wants to play Charlotte in her fourth-grade class"s production of Charlotte's Web. The problem is, her teacher won"t let her, because George is a boy. But George isn't about to let that squash her dream. With the help of her best friend, George must learn to stand up for her wish -- and brave a few bullies along the way.
Transcending all categories and genres, George is a pertinent and poignant middle-grade read for kids of all backgrounds.
* "Profound, moving, and-as Charlotte would say-radiant, this book will stay with anyone lucky enough to find it." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review
About the Author
Praise for George:
"George's struggles are presented with a light, age-appropriate, and hopeful touch... Warm, funny, and inspiring." - Kirkus, starred review
"Profound, moving, and-as Charlotte would say-radiant..." - Publishers Weekly, starred review
"A required purchase for any collection that serves a middle grade population." - School Library Journal, starred review
"Gino does an excellent job introducing factual information into the narrative without impinging upon the accessible and appealing story.. Pair this important addition to the slender but growing body of transgender fiction with Ami Polonsky's Gracefully Grayson (2014)."- Booklist, starred review
"George is a timely book for parents to share and discuss with their children, whether dealing with similar issues or simply to foster understanding." - Entertainment Weekly
"[I]nsightful...it'll resonate with anyone who has ever felt different." - People Magazine "People Picks: The Best New Books"