PARROTFISH A transgender boy comes out to family, friends, schoolmates and teachers in this groundbreaking book. "[I]nside the body of this strange, never-quite-right girl was hiding the soul of a typical, average, ordinary boy," says Grady; "In my dreams at night, I was a boy, but every morning I woke to the big mistake again." At school, some faculty resist, but the gym teacher offers her own office and
Very good o can relate to it very much and makes you think what happens to people who come out at school
LibraryThing Review Pretty generic, but I appreciated that it was well-researched and well-intentioned. There can never be enough books about the trans* teen experience, as far as I'm concerned.
LibraryThing Review Parrotfish. By Ellen Wittlinger. Simon & Schuster. 2007. 287 pages. $8.99 pbk.978-1442406216. Grades 8-12. Grady has just come out to his friends and family as transgender – and they are having a