Both Can Be True: Review by Isabella J.

Posted by ANYA BOYLE on 10/6/2021

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Both Can Be True by Jules Machias

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This book is about a person named Ash that is having a hard time figuring out their gender. Ash somedays feel like a girl and other times a boy. Ash and their friend are trying to figure out what Ash's gender is. Ash's dad did say that gender fluid and nonbinary are not real genders. But in the end, Ash finds out that they are nonbinary. That means that they don't identify with a gender and they are part of the LGBTQ+ group. This book showed that it's ok to be yourself. My favorite part of this book is when Ash came out and showed pride. It made me happy, and I would recommend this book to people ages 10+ or people that are in the LGBTQ+ group.

I love this book. It is a good book and it's a relaxing one so I'm going to give it 5 stars for a rating. 


 Review by Isabella, 7th grade

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