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This is a fantastic book! I watched a reading of this on YouTube and knew I had to have it in my personal library. My preschooler enjoys the story and it is a great book to use as a springboard for discussing gender, kindness, compassion, individuality, etc. We've read it several times so far and will be reading it again many times I'm sure.
There are very few books out there that deal with bullying and acceptance at this young age. This book has a happy ending and I have included it in my home, classroom and school library. Everyone is different and should be encouraged and celebrated for their differences.
Fantastic book for boys who are bright, imaginative, and creative. My 6 year old son loves this book and we ready it often. It teaches boys that it is OK to use their imaginations even if it involves challenging gender norms. Great book.
Morris is a bright and creative child who loves wearing the tangerine dress he finds in the dress-up centre. It makes such a lovely sound and reminds him of his mother's red hair and his ginger tabby cat. But the kids make fun of him. They aren't comfortable with Morris dressing "like a girl." The taunting destroys Morris's joy, but not forever. Ultimately, his imagination will lead the way and bring this sweet story to a lovely resolution. The story is beautifully told, simple yet profound. The illustrations match the text perfectly. I loved this book and highly recommend it for K - 2.