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Phoenix gets greater, written by Marty Wilson-Trudeau with Phoenix Wilson ; illustrated by Megan Kyak-Monteith

Label
Phoenix gets greater, written by Marty Wilson-Trudeau with Phoenix Wilson ; illustrated by Megan Kyak-Monteith
Language
eng
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary Form
fiction
Main title
Phoenix gets greater
Oclc number
1291876436
Responsibility statement
written by Marty Wilson-Trudeau with Phoenix Wilson ; illustrated by Megan Kyak-Monteith
Summary
Phoenix loves to play with dolls and marvel at pretty fabrics. Most of all, he loves to dance-- ballet, Pow Wow dancing, or just swirling and twirling around his house. Sometimes Phoenix gets picked on and he struggles with feeling different, but his mom and brother are proud of him. With their help, Phoenix learns about Two Spirit/Niizh Manidoowag people in Anishinaabe culture and just how special he is"A powerful story about the importance of family acceptance. Phoenix isn't like other boys. He loves to play with dolls and marvel at pretty fabrics. Most of all, he loves to dance--whether it's ballet, Pow Wow dancing, or just swirling and twirling around his house. Not everyone understands Phoenix, but his mom and brother are proud of him. With their help, Phoenix learns about Two Spirit/Niizh Manidoowag people in Anishinaabe culture and just how special he is"--, Provided by publisher
Target audience
juvenile
Classification
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