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“You Need To Chill” by Juno Dawson

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A delightfully endearing debut picture book by bestselling author and activist Juno Dawson in which a sister proves to be an LGBTQ ally when answering everyone’s questions about where her brother Bill has gone.

When Bill can’t be found at school one day, the imaginations of the other children run wild. Is he on vacation? Is he lost in the park? Has he been eaten by a shark? It’s up to Bill’s sister to explain that everyone needs to chill.

Juno Dawson’s debut LGBTQ children’s book is a witty and fun-filled rhyming story about family, identity, and acceptance. Bold, joyful, and warm-hearted, this inclusive children’s book’s message shines through on every page.

You can use my affiliate link to purchase “You Need To Chill” by Juno Dawson on Aamazon.com.

The practical viewpoint of a child that this book takes is fantastic. I wish more people would view stories of coming out and transition in such simplistic terms. Anyone should be able to express themselves as who they are like this without the fear or judgement of others.

Do you plan on adding this book to your collection? We are happy to have it in ours. Let me know in the comments or on social.

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