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Girls Will Be Boys Will Be Girls
Girls Will Be Boys Will Be Girls

Girls Will Be Boys Will Be Girls

A Coloring Book

Reach and Teach

SOCIAL SCIENCE

40 Pages, 8.5 x 11

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB, PDF, Mobipocket

Trade Paper, $11.00 (US $11.00) (CA $14.95)

Publication Date: April 2018

ISBN 9781629635071

Rights: WOR X UK & EUR

PM Press (Apr 2018)

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Overview

An enlightening and humorous coloring book for both adults and children

This updated edition of the iconic coloring book Girls Will Be Boys Will Be Girls Will Be… by Jacinta Bunnell contains all new illustrations and questions for contemplation. In this groundbreaking coloring book, you will meet girls who build drum sets and fix bikes, boys who bake and knit, and all manner of children along the gender spectrum. Children are tender, vulnerable, tough, zany, courageous, and gentle, no matter what their gender. This coloring book is for all the heroic handsome beauties of the world and for everyone who has ever colored outside the lines—a reminder that we never need to compromise ourselves to fit someone else's idea of who we ought to be. Featuring illustrations by Giselle Potter, Nicole Georges, Kristine Virsis, Simi Stone, Jacinta Bunnell, Nicole Rodrigues, Richard Wentworth, and many more, this is the perfect book for the gender creative person in your life. The future is gender fabulous.

Reviews

"A perfect alternative to gender-saturated Disney fare." —Bitch magazine 

"A great inexpensive gift for kids age 5 to 95." —Curve magazine

"If I had had this coloring book when I was little, I think things would have been a little easier for me, and when you're little a little easier is a lot." —Lynda Barry, cartoonist

Author Biography

Jacinta Bunnell is an artist, educator, and author of books such as Sometimes the Spoon Runs Away with Another Spoon, Girls Are Not Chicks Coloring Book, and The Big Gay Alphabet Coloring Book. She has facilitated workshops in collectives, conferences, schools, colleges, bookstores, and LGBTQ centers around the U.S. and Canada. Irit Reinheimer's journey as an artist began with sculptural installations exploring the relationship between women and work. She continued on to documentary and experimental film focusing on ideas of identity and loss, both inherited and acquired.