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The Sea Monster: An Acorn Book (Mermaid Days #2) by [Kyle Lukoff, Kat Uno]

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Praise for Too Bright to See, by Kyle Lukoff:

* “This coming-of-age and coming-out story takes a needed departure from other stories about transgender youth… Haunting and healing.” – Kirkus, starred review

* "Smart and thought-provoking.... Lukoff provides a tender rumination on grief, love, and identity." – Publishers Weekly, starred review

* “Equal parts unsettling, heartwarming, and satisfying…a nuanced and compelling exploration of gender, friendship, and family.” – Booklist, starred review

* "A hopeful examination of grief and gender, and a good ghost story to boot." – School Library Journal, starred review

Praise for When Aidan Became a Brother, by Kyle Lukoff:

Best Books of 2019, Kirkus Reviews

Best Books of 2019, School Library Journal

Editors' Choices for Books for Youth, Booklist

Best of the Best Books of 2019, Chicago Public Library

* "Joyful and affirming, Aidan's story is the first of its kind among books for welcoming a new baby." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review

* "The creators' exploration of one transgender child's experience emphasizes the importance of learning "how to love someone for exactly who they are." --Publishers Weekly, starred review

* "A heartfelt celebration of love." --Booklist, starred review

--This text refers to the paperback edition.

About the Author

Kyle Lukoff a National Book Award finalist and the Newbery and Stonewall Award-winning author of multiple books for young readers, including When Aidan Became a Brother, Call Me Max, and Too Bright to See. Kyle spent eight years as an elementary school librarian, but now he writes full time, assists in sensitivity readings and consultations, and presents on children’s and youth literature all across the country. He got hired at a bookstore when he was sixteen, which means he’s been working at the intersection of books and people for well over half his life. He lives in Philadelphia. Visit him online at kylelukoff.com

Kat Uno was born and raised in Hawaii, on the island of Maui. She was influenced at an early age by comics, Saturday morning cartoons, and Japanese manga. She attended the University of Hawaii and received a Bachelor of Arts. Kat loves creating artwork that is cute and fun. She is the mother of two wonderful little kids who are a constant source of inspiration. Visit her online at katuno.com

--This text refers to the paperback edition.

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B09NFFRC5R
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Scholastic Inc. (Sept. 6 2022)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 84909 KB
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  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 64 pages
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Kyle Lukoff is the author of the Stonewall-award winning picture book "When Aidan Became A Brother," by Kaylani Juanita. His debut was "A Storytelling of Ravens," illustrated by Natalie Nelson, which came out in 2018.

Kyle was born outside of Chicago, Illinois in 1984, and moved to Lynnwood, Washington in 1989. He moved to New York City in 2002 to attend Barnard College, and became the librarian at the Corlears School in 2012. After eight years of school librarianship he transitioned to writing full-time.

Kyle served two terms on the Stonewall Book Awards committee, and was a 2020 Kirkus Prize judge. He transitioned in 2007, and much of his professional work revolves around transgender representation in books for youth.

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