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A gentle introduction to identity exploration. I especially liked the multi-generational storyline, a reminder that our elders have gone through this too. The overall theme, that it's okay to question who we are becoming and not have an answer right away, will be reassuring to young readers and parents alike.
A great follow up to "George". "Rick" explores and explains what identifying as asexual means to a middle grade boy.