This is a lovely book that dealt with a topic most readers don't usually get to read about. The main character, George, is a 9-year-old child who was born a boy, but has always felt like she is really a girl. The use of pronouns was a very powerful tool to drive home that this is who George is. She feels this way, she loves these things, she wants to be Charlotte in the school play of Charlotte's Web. It had a sensitive approach to it without being saccharine. The only thing that might have been a little unrealistic was the glossing over of negative reactions. This is how I would like to see children able to express themselves, it is not the reality of anyone I have ever personally known. There were no moments in this book where I felt this would be unsuitable for a young audience either. In fact, it will quite possibly be very helpful for kids who have friends or who themselves are questioning how to let the world know that the person they appear to be is not the person they are. I really hope that this book can help someone be more comfortable and content in themselves. I loved this book.