A Kids Book About Pronouns


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For Ages 5+

Pronouns matter because everyone deserves to identify themselves the way they want to be known by the world!

Pronouns are a meaningful part of identifying who we are. We can’t know someone’s preferred pronouns just by looking at them or knowing their name, so it’s important to ask! This book encourages kids AND grownups to get uncomfortable, learn new things, make mistakes, and choose to keep growing. It’s not about always getting it right—it’s about being loving and continuous in our effort.

Dr. Courtney Wells (they/them) and Lee Wells (she/her) are queer, married Chicagoans committed to justice and inclusivity for their and all kids. Courtney is an award-winning trauma psychologist with a super cool TEDx talk on dismantling the gender binary. Lee is a therapist working with LGBTQ+ kids and families and co-founder of Mind Chicago.

Hardback Size: 8in. x 10in.
ISBN: 978-1-958825-39-6
Printed in the USA

66 pages

Copyright 2023
Designed in Portland, Oregon

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Jason B.
A Must Read!

This book is a very kind and loving way to learn about pronouns and all of the wonderful differences we have in our world! Highly recommend to anyone of all ages ❤️. Reading this with your family is a great way to start conversations and learn from each other. Happy reading!

David M.
Must read

This book is an absolute must read. I just read it with my 5yo, and he understood the concept right away. He was able to relate different pronouns to people we know and is already thinking beyond the gender binary. A good reminder that any difficulty with understanding gender and pronouns is an adult issue, not a child one. Can you write An Adult Book About Pronouns? 🤣

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