Mik says, "The first time I picked up this book, I could feel my inner child
Mik says, "CJA masterfully plays with the concept of binaries,
social and physical, in this mind bending novel."
MK says, "Written and illustrated by local Austin trans activists, and full of
testimonials from a diverse set of trans youth, this is a great
informational guide for both trans people and their support system."
Mariah says, "check out A PSALM FOR THE WILD-BUILT. It's my
fave book with a non-binary main character and it's so casual and
Thomas says, "The theme of that whole series is: Who you are isn't how you're born, it's
what you do when you're here. I love that a lot."
Gina says, "If someone asks me for
a starting point to learn about gender, this is the book I hand them.
Jacob Tobia is brilliant, specific, and most importantly hilarious and
inspiring. My copy is covered in tabs."
Mattie says, "A messy, laugh-out-loud
coming-of-gender story for anyone who's ever felt lost about who they
Chloe says, "One of the most unique sci-fi books I've read this year, Light From Uncommon Stars follows four women, each with a unique set of circumstances: a transgender runaway, a violin teacher under contract with Hell, a luthier who inherited the family business, and finally, an alien spaceship captain who has assumed the identity of a human donut shop owner. These women's lives intersect in unexpected ways, and they ultimately come together to outsmart a demon. I came away from this book wanting to enjoy a donut in the park while listening to a Bartók violin concerto."
Mallory says, "A fun, sweet, and messy look at identity with truly gorgeous prose. I
loved Felix and I loved this book."