Who You Will Be

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$18.99  $17.66
Philomel Books
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10.3 X 10.1 X 0.4 inches | 0.95 pounds

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About the Author
Taylor Rouanzion lives in Florida with her daughter and miniature dachshund. She has been a part of local support groups for trans/gender-nonconforming kids and their parents. Her own child is gender nonconforming and has inspired Taylor to write for her and others like her so they can be seen in children's literature. Taylor earned her master's degree in library and information science and works as an elementary school librarian for the best kids on the planet. You can visit Taylor Rouanzion at TaylorRouanzion.com

Stacey Chomiak is an artist, author, and LGBTQ+ speaker. She designs art for the animation industry, but her passion is illustrating and writing kids books that represent the queer community. She lives happily nestled amid the tall trees of the Canadian West Coast. Stacey loves to dance with her two kids, paint anything that inspires her, and have conversations around faith and sexuality. You can visit Stacey Chomiak at
"A family welcomes their child into the world. As this gently rhyming story begins, expecting parents prepare for the arrival of their baby. When the tan-skinned baby is born, the doting parents dress the child in a wide range of colors and outfits, from hair bows to frog-covered green jammies. Readers may find their assumptions about the baby's gender shifting through illustrator Chomiak's joyous cartoon art, which depicts the family's everyday moments of connection and play. Rouanzion concludes by inviting readers to consider a "rainbow of choices, colorful and bright. / What feels best to you? / Which colors are right?"--a powerful message that children and adults alike can benefit from. Models easy, loving acceptance for kids, no matter their gender expression."
--Kirkus reviews