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Meet Polkadot Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDF/EPUBMeet Polkadot, is an accessible introduction to the main character in our series, Polkadot Polkadot as well as Polkadot s big sister Gladiola and best friend Norma Alicia, introduce our readers to the challenges and beauty that are experienced by Polkadot as a non binary, trans kid While Gladiola learns how to engage with information that she didn t know she didn t know, Norma Alicia provides Polkadot with a generous, additional perspective on how identities intersect and how allyship works Meet Polkadot, tells Polkadot s story from a transgender liberation and feminist perspective and explores the complexity of identity in gentle and real terms For ages.

  • Kindle Edition
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  • Meet Polkadot
  • Talcott Broadhead
  • English
  • 02 January 2019
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About the Author: Talcott Broadhead

Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDF/EPUBAuthor, activist, therapist, parent, Social Worker, artistI hold a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Washington School of Social Work and my clinical emphasis is on serving Transgender folks and their Significant Others, Friends, Families and Allies I a passionate activist who seeks to center Liberation and justice in all that I do I provide competency trainings to Medical professionals, mental health professionals, Higher Ed, Social Service Agencies and Elementary through High Schools I seek to give voice to those who are so often silenced and or misrepresented in mainstream media I speak from my own experience and wish to create opportunities for those most impacted by oppression, to speak from their own experiences as well.



10 thoughts on “Meet Polkadot

  1. Cori Di Biase Cori Di Biase says:

    Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDFEPUBI am so happy to have been able to share this book with my wife and daughter We all learned a lot as we read it together Subject

  2. jess jess says:

    Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDFEPUBThis book is awesome I beg you to read it Let us dismantle, disrupt and rebuilt together, friends This book is awesome I beg you to read it Let us dismantle, disrupt and rebuilt together, friends

  3. Matthew Moulton Matthew Moulton says:

    Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDFEPUBWho is this book supposed to be for exactly I mean if it s for children why are they using words like identity and option those aren t exactly elementary school level words.If the book was meant for children they should be using words like self and choice Further, if a book is meant to teach a child something you can t just come right out and start blurting out hash tags and transsexual talki

  4. Skyler Skyler says:

    Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDFEPUB Meet Polkadot, the first installment in the Polkadot series, is one reason why I still have faith in humanity Through the use of bright, kid friendly illustrations, autho

  5. Elizabeth Elizabeth says:

    Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDFEPUBI was excited about this book but on actually reading it was disappointed I felt like it got sort of bogged down in explaining Though honestly, wtf even is gender I m a cisgender woman, but I couldn t explain to you what makes female woman girl feel right to me as my gender identity, so why am I expecting a book to

  6. Amber Amber says:

    Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDFEPUBOk, I wanted to love this book so much And maybe for adults or older kids it s an ok book, but my almost 5 year old child who is gender nonconforming found it incredibly boring We didn t even make it through the book It is extraordinarily didactic It doesn t have much of a story, but rather is a lesson on terminology and concepts which is useful, but not very appealing to the younger crowd Luckily, there aregreat books with engaging stories coming out that feature nonbinary childr Ok, I wanted to love this book so much And maybe for adults or older kids it s an ok book, but my almost 5 year old child who is gender nonconforming found it incredibly boring We didn t even make it through the book It is extraordinarily didactic It doesn t have much of a story, but rather is a lesson on terminology and concepts which is useful, but not very appealing to the younger crowd Luckily, there aregreat books with enga

  7. Sara Monsonis Sara Monsonis says:

    Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDFEPUBI read Polakadot to my 7 year old who loved it, and days later was able to express what gender identity was Later in the week I read it to my advisory group of 9th graders in school who loved it It is a book that can teach people of all ages but in a fun and approachable way Read it

  8. Ryan Ryan says:

    Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDFEPUBA very well told story of acceptance and personal identity The book is also well illustrated The topics covered in the book require a developed conversation between parent and child, and although the conversation could be challenging it is very very necessary.

  9. Eli Eli says:

    Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDFEPUBExcellent book about a gender variant child Would recommend to everyone.

  10. Will Will says:

    Kindle Edition ò Meet Polkadot MOBI Ð meet pdf, polkadot pdf, Meet PolkadotMeet Polkadot PDFEPUBI am reviewing the version with a forward by Dark Matter This book is written for all ages and although it does use terminology and words that many people children and adults may not understand at first, I don t see this as a negative I think this book treats the reader as an intelligent and open listener and it provides talking points and terms that will likely inspire further reading and learning which is awesome This book is written in a way that does not make a mockery of the potential I am reviewing the version with a forward by Dark Matter This book is written for all ages and although it does use terminology and words that many people children and adults may not u

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