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Author Royce, Ellie, author.
Title Auntie Uncle : drag queen hero / written by Ellie Royce ; illustrated by Hannah Chambers ; introduction by Marti Gould Cummings.
Pub Info Brooklyn, NY : POW!, a division of powerHouse Packaging & Supply, Inc., [2020]
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Descript 1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 25 x 29 cm
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Summary "Told from the perspective of their adoring nephew, Auntie Uncle: Drag Queen Hero is the story of a courageous drag queen who saves the day, and brings two communities together. The young narrator thinks it's awesome that his Uncle and his Auntie are the same person. Uncle Leo is an accountant, and is great at helping with math homework. Auntie Lotta is a fabulous performer, and loves to sing and dance with her nephew. One day Lotta's family comes to watch her perform at the local Pride parade. Suddenly, a dog breaks free of its leash and nearly causes a float-crash, but Lotta springs into action just in time to save the dog and the parade. The mayor wants to give her a medal for courage and to throw a big party for her and all her friends, but Lotta worries that her friends who only know him as "Leo" won't get along with her fellow drag performers who know her as "Lotta." With the help of their nephew they put together a fierce look that is both Leo and Lotta, the perfect ensemble for an Auntie Uncle. A sweet, uplifting story about fearlessly letting your true self shine"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Female impersonators -- Juvenile fiction.
Uncles -- Juvenile fiction.
Nephews -- Juvenile fiction.
Courage -- Juvenile fiction.
JUVENILE FICTION / Performing Arts / General.
JUVENILE FICTION / Family / Multigenerational.
Genre Children's stories.
Picture books for children.
Picture books.
Subject Female impersonators -- Juvenile fiction.
LGBTQ+ theatre -- Juvenile fiction.
Add Author Chambers, Hannah, illustrator.
Cummings, Marti Gould, writer of introduction.
ISBN 1576879356
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