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Though I was excited to see this book, I was nervous that it would erase trans people and people of color who played a critical role in Stonewall and the movement. They’re there! Even included photos in the back. A good telling of the story.
I bought this book to read to my 5 and 8 year olds to kickoff Pride Month every year. It's a great reminder that Pride Month wasn't always love and rainbows, and that riots and revolutions were required for the LGBTQA+ movement to get to where it is now. It's really well written, with just the right tone. We love it!
Particularly good for this moment in time. It happens to be June, which is how I learned about the book because a resource I follow on social media shared it. However, it’s also a very kid friendly book that addresses why people protest, why there are riots.