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A blue crayon mistakenly labeled as red suffers an identity crisis and is miserable until he finds a friend who teaches him to be true to his inner self and embrace it!
What makes this book stand out?
This story shows us how important it is to be with encouraging friends and family. It also feels like it is written for children struggling with gender identity. The author wants to let people with issues know that they’ve got to be themselves and that nothing else matters more than that.
Read it for
It is a beautiful story about acceptance and love.
Don't read it for
There isn’t anything I can find wrong in it. Please read this book.