In this surprisingly funny, hugely heartfelt novel from a Stonewall Award winner, an eighth-grader's life is turned upside down when she learns her dad is transgender
Annabelle Edward fully expects this school year to be the same as every other: same teachers, same classmates, same, same, same. So she's elated to discover there's a new kid in town. Bailey, who is non-binary, is Annabelle's first ever queer friend, despite the fact that they attend a close-knit school just outside Seattle. When Bailey and Annabelle's idea of hosting a LGBTQ+ panel is shot down by the principle, Annabelle starts to realize that the community she thought was so open minded might be more closed off than she realized. Worse, it seems like her own dad might be part of the problem. Just when Annabelle thinks she has this whole allyship thing down, her dad throws her for a loop by revealing that he is a trans man.