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Author Rorby, Ginny, author.
Title Freeing Finch / Ginny Rorby.
Pub Info New York : Starscape, [2019].
©2019
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book jacket
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 Brewster-Children's Coll.  J FICTION RORBY     AVAILABLE
Edition First edition.
Descript 272 pages ; 22 cm
text txt rdacontent
unmediated n rdamedia
volume nc rdacarrier
Note Includes Starscape Books reading & activity guide to Freeing Finch, and reading and links for additional resources.
"A Tom Dohery Associates book."
Summary From the author of Hurt Go Happy, winner of ALA's Schneider Family Book Award, comes Freeing Finch, the inspiring story of a transgender girl and a stray dog who overcome adversity to find love, home, and a place to belong. When her father leaves and her mother passes away soon afterward, Finch can't help feeling abandoned. Now she's stuck living with her stepfather and his new wife. They're mostly nice, but they don't believe the one true thing Finch knows about herself: that she's a girl, even though she was born in a boy's body. Thankfully, she has Maddy, a neighbor and animal rescuer who accepts her for who she is. Finch helps Maddy care for a menagerie of lost and lonely creatures, including a scared, stray dog who needs a family and home as much as she does. As she earns the dog's trust, Finch realizes she must also learn to trust the people in her life-even if they are the last people she expected to love her and help her to be true to herself.
Subject Transgender youth -- Juvenile fiction.
Trust in children -- Juvenile fiction.
Animal rescue -- Juvenile fiction.
Family life -- Juvenile fiction.
Grief -- Juvenile fiction.
Transgender youth -- Fiction.
Trust in children -- Fiction.
Animal rescue -- Fiction.
Family life -- Fiction.
Grief -- Fiction.
ISBN 9781250293725
1250293723
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