My sister : how one sibling's transition changed us both / Selenis Leyva & Marizol Leyva ; with Emily Chammah.
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- ISBN: 9781541762954
- ISBN: 1541762959
- Physical Description: 247 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : Bold Type Books, 2020.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references.
When Selenis Leyva's parents adopted a baby into their warm, loving family, Selenis was immediately smitten. The pair were always close; Selenis showered her younger sibling with affection, who in turn looked up to Selenis and followed her everywhere. The siblings realized, almost at the same moment, that the younger of the two was struggling with their identity. As Marizol transitioned and fought to define her identity, Selenis and her family struggled to support her. In My Sister, they narrate their shared journey, challenges, and triumphs.
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