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Alex as well / Alyssa Brugman
Bib ID 6810349
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Brugman, Alyssa, 1974- author
 
Edition First American edition. 
Description New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2015 
©2013 
214 pages ; 22 cm 
ISBN 9781627790147 (hardback)
1627790144 (hardback)
Summary

Raised as a boy, fourteen-year-old Alex, who has male and female sexual body parts, rejects the hormonal medications prescribed by his mother and decides to live as a girl.

Subjects Identity (Psychology) -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Intersex people -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Gender identity -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Sexual orientation -- Juvenile fiction.  |  Australian

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