Liv is 11 years old. Liv is starting a new school. A school with a very strict dress code, including that girls must wear skirts. There's one big problem with this. Liv is not a girl. Finding a way to tell her moms that she is trans is hard enough without discovering that her best friend is more interested in being popular than being her friend anymore. One thing that Liv absolutely cannot let go is getting the stupid dress code changed. Why can't people dress in the clothes that make them feel like themselves? Liv finds unlikely friends and the end of the book is not just hopeful, but really lovely. The nice thing about this book was that, while it dealt with the issue of transgender, it wasn't so unrealistically optimistic as Gino's George. This had a much more believable timeline for its characters. I loved it. I thought that Liv was a truly cool and strong character, and I appreciated the message that we are who we are and that's something we should all appreciate.