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Ellie Klipp

High school freshman Tracy McKenzie thinks her biggest dilemma is figuring out if Charlie is still her best friend—until her little brother comes home and says Jason, a boy in his second-grade class, is now Jessica. Wait—you can choose your gender? What does it mean to transition? Is that even possible? And what’s going on with the M’s? What’s the deal with SOGI anyway, and is it catching?

"CHOOSING artfully combines storytelling with scientific accuracy and compassion. The result is an effective and engaging story that offers tweens and teens a positive and factually rich message about a complex and politically charged topic."  - Child and Parent Rights Campaign

To learn more, go HERE.  

"Seeing is Believing" or Not?

Debbie DeGroff, What's Inside Children's Books

Picture book for small children written by a gender confused girl

In this blog article, Debbie DeGroff covers several recent disturbing books for small children that promote gender confusion:

"Let’s face it. If a dog isn’t a dog, mom is now dad, and a boy classmate is now Susie . . . the foundations have just been removed from under the children’s feet. If these young children can no longer trust their obvious lyin’ eyes, how will they know that 2+2 will always be 4? What is constant and what isn’t? "

To read more, go HERE.  

Just Ducky

Barb Anderson

Little Ducky thinks he is a rooster

In this heart-warming story, young readers will fall in love with Little Ducky and his barnyard friends. This richly illustrated duck tale teaches children an all-important truth about being content with the way they were made.

Praise for Just Ducky...
“This is without question one of the best picture books conveying a much-needed message: Love your body and be who you were created to be! At a time when children are being taught confusing messages about identity, this book is just what the doctor ordered. Just Ducky is sure to become a favorite of children and parents alike.”
Michelle Cretella, MD, Executive Director of the American College of Pediatricians

All proceeds go to the Child Protection League

To learn more, go HERE.

I'm Glad God Made Me a Girl

Denise Shick

*For ages 5 to 8*
Susie is surprised when her friend Amy cuts her hair short and dresses like a boy because she thinks boys are braver, smarter, and stronger than girls. Susie feels sad. Can’t girls be brave, smart, and strong too? ...

This resource shows girls that they are fearfully and wonderfully made by God and that as females, they are beautiful, kind, brave, smart, and strong.

To learn more, go HERE.


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