A book displayed in the children’s library at the Loussac Library in Anchorage supports the gender-confusion agenda now being pushed by the far Left.
“Jack (not Jackie)” is the story of a little girl who likes bugs, not fairytales, and therefore wants to be “Jack.”
In this heartwarming picture book, a big sister realizes that her little sister, Jackie, doesn’t like dresses or fairies-she likes ties and bugs! Will she and her family be able to accept that Jackie identifies more as “Jack.”
“…as Jackie grows, she doesn’t want to play those games. She wants to play with mud and be a super bug! Jackie also doesn’t like dresses or her long hair, and she would rather be called Jack,” says the Amazon review, which notes that “Readers will love this sweet story about change and acceptance. This book is published in partnership with GLAAD to accelerate LGBTQ inclusivity and acceptance.
The book is also listed as a quality book for children by the Feminist Books for Kids website, which has a list of “15 Trans and Non-Binary Books for Kids.”
The book is rated Kindergarten through Grade 3 by a review in School Library Journal, which writes, “Told in clear prose with no hint of sentimentality, this timely picture book addresses gender identity in a way that allows children to understand the differences on the outside while remembering what is on the inside is what counts. Vividly illustrated pages with astute details will capture the audience’s attention and invite closer appreciation of their wordless support of the narration. The author includes a note in the back as well as an appendix of further resources, including books, articles, online resources, and picture books on the subject of children’s gender identity. VERDICT A can’t-miss addition to any collection that is looking to offer more inclusive resources.”