A book about a toddler who identifies as a girl despite the parents insisting the child is a boy is featured on ‘s reading list for ages two to four. The book penned by American writer Marcus Ewert, Đầm dạ hội trung niên sang trọng xòe cao cấp kiểu Hàn Quốc is called ‘10,000 Dresses’ and it is about a character named Bailey who dreams of dresses and identifies as a girl.of + books for children aged two to four-years-old, which has a number of storybooks on categories including challenging stereotypes, celebrating difference, different families, emotional literacy and trans inclusion.The description of the book on the charity’s website says: ‘Every night, Bailey dreamed of dresses.
Thousands of beautiful dresses! The book penned by American writer Marcus Ewert, is called ‘10,000 Dresses’ and it is about a character named Bailey who dreams of dresses and identifies as a girl In the book, Bailey dreams about dresses every evening and wants to have one, to which Bailey’s mother says: ‘You’re a boy. Boys don’t wear dresses!’ Bailey then says: ‘But… I don’t feel like a boy’ RELATED ARTICLES
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Eventually Bailey finds a friend who helps her to make a dress of her own.’ The author uses she/her pronouns for Bailey throughout the book. In the book, Bailey dreams about dresses every evening and wants to have one, to which Bailey’s mother says: ‘You’re a boy. Boys don’t wear dresses!’ Bailey then says: ‘But… I don’t feel like a boy.’The mother responds: ‘Well you are one, Bailey, and that’s that!’ Following criticism from a sibling about another dream about dresses, Bailey ran away and bumped into an older girl who was making dresses, but was struggling. Bailey then offers to help and they make a mirrored dress, which Bailey says shows ‘ourselves’, Đầm dạ hội trung niên sang trọng dạ hội cao cấp before saying ‘I think I can dream up 10,000 (dresses).’ The Stonewall website says the book list is for ‘schools, Các mẫu đầm dạ hội sang trọng colleges, parents, and carers’. The chairman for Campaign for Real Education, Christopher McGovern, who is also a former primary school headteacher, said: ‘Adults need to stop unloading their anxieties on to children.
Let kids be kids. Let them have a childhood. ‘With regard to identity, the only lesson they need to be taught is that they should treat others as they would wish to be treated. ‘Children understand that message perfectly well. That is what they need and that is all they need.