When people look at George, they think they see a boy. But she knows she's not a boy. She knows she's a girl. George thinks she'll have to keep this a secret forever. Then her teacher announces that their class play is going to be Charlotte's Web. George really, really, REALLY wants to play Charlotte. But the teacher says she can't even try out for the part.
Family Relationships; LGBTQ (Gender and Sexuality); Single parent; Transgender; single mother; transgender child; boy to girl
Best Children's Books of the Year,2016 Bank Street Center for Children s Literature
Booklist Book Review Stars, Aug. 1,2015 American Library Association
Booklist Top 10 First Novels for Youth,2015 American Library Association
Gay and Lesbian Themes and Topics in Selected Children's and Young Adult Books,2009 Cooperative Children s Book Center
Kirkus Book Review Stars, June 15,2015
Publishers Weekly Best Children's Book,2015 Publishers Weekly
School Library Journal Best Books,2015 School Library Journal
Kirkus Book Award, 2015 NOMINEE United States
Cybils Awards, 2015 Nominee United States
Goodreads Choice Awards, 2015 Nominee United States
Mike Morgan and Larry Romans Children's and Young Adult Literature Award, 2016 Winner United States
Charlotte's Web; theater production; friendship; support; elementary school; acting; leading role
Gino, Alex, "George" (2015). Diverse Families. 583.