by Maya Gonzalez (Author), Matthew Sg (Author)
Busting gender stereotypes and assumptions one pronoun at a time! Pronouns serve as a familiar starting point for kids and grown-ups to expand ideas about gender and celebrate personal expression with fun imagery that provides a place to meet and play. The back offers a playful narrative about pronouns, as well as resources for grown-ups.
They She He Me: Free to Be!
Maya Gonzalez is an artist, author, educator, activist, peacemaker, publisher, equality lover, obsessive recycler, traveler, river lover, tree talker, sky kisser......Call Me Tree - Best Books of 2014 that Celebrate Diversity Her fine art graces the cover of Contemporary Chicano/a Art and is well documented as part of the Chicano Art Movement. She has illustrated over 20 award-winning children’s books, several of which she also wrote, Her book My Colors, My World won the prestigious Pura Belpré Award Honor from the American Library Association and her picture book, Call Me Tree was listed in Kirkus’ Best Picture Books of 2014 that Celebrate Diversity. Since 1996, Maya has been providing presentations to children and educators about the importance of creativity as a tool for personal empowerment.
Publisher: Reflection Press
Pub Date: October 11, 2017
Target Age Group: 04 to 08
-Gender identity -Pronoun
-Grammar -Grammar, Comparative and general