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  • Fantastico!

    It was a great book about findinging acceptance as a transgender girl! Go Jazz go! Be yourself

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  • LOVED IT!

    I really liked reading about how Jazz got to be true to who she is. Being Jazz is about how Jazz a transgender teenager transitions to being female. Jazz is confident kind and a voice for trans kids and teens. She has helped many kids and teens decide not to commit suicide as well as helped raise awareness about trans kids. Jazz was not abused for who she is, but she did face challenges. One was in pre school. Jazz's pre school would not let her wear anything more 'girly' than a princess t shirt. Jazz was really into soccer when she was younger. She would practice with her brothers multiple times a week so she was really good. The first year she plaed a rec league. She was one of the best payers on the team so the next year they wanted to do travel. Travel would not accept her onto the girls team. They said she could play with the boys or plqy no games. Jazz was devistated and so her dad started a two year long battle that ended in victory for Jazz. Another challenge was when she started kindergarden the principal would not let her ude the girls washroom. Jazz wiuld have to go in the class room bathroom that dud not have a lock or the bathroom in the nurses office. Jazz started to wet her self because she would not go in the class room but the nurse was far away. I found that even though i am not trans this book was very relateable. I also learned a lot about trans people. Overall great read. I would reccomened it to teens or adults that want a book about trust acceptance and being true to who you are

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  • I loved it

    This book was amazing i sugest this book to any one is looking of a good book and once you read it u will love this amazing and inspiring book

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  • Amazing

    This book was amazing!!! It was done very well!!!!

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  • Good book…!

    #this book was good......................................+=]}»¥¢¡?!€^(&%$_»«\•©°•¥~/»;£#?£$•°"-]:°¥¢~•©©»|

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