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When Jesse sews a skirt and wears it to his day care center, he is teased by his friends.
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Book Description Lollipop Power, Inc, Chapel Hill, 1979. Staplebound wraps. Condition: Very good +. First Edition. First Edition. Staplebound wraps. 10" X 8 1/8". 34pp, [i]. Textured printed pictorial staplebound wraps show only light wear, with small tear at top edge of upper wrap and light dust soiling. Binding is sound. Pages are clean and unmarked. A charming copy of this children's book about a boy who dreams of wearing a skirt, by the feminist collective Lollipop Power, a nonprofit corporation that ran from 1970 to 1986 with the purpose of writing, illustrating, and publishing inclusive books to "counteract sex-sterotyped behavior and role models presented by society to young children.". Seller Inventory # 3099
Book Description Lollipop Power Inc, Carrboro, North Carolina, U.S.A., 1979. Stapled Wraps. Condition: Very Good. Buchanan, Marion (illustrator). Second Printing. Light cover wear. Nice, tight, unmarked copy. Lollipop Power Press published children's books which portrayed non-sexist and non-stereotypical role models to empower and instruct children in very diverse life situations. In this delightfully illustrated book, Jess, who loves to wrap himself in sheets, dreams of wearing a multicolored skirt. His mother makes it for him. An understanding daycare teacher leads the children in a discussion that enables them to reevaluate notions about gender roles. Recommended for ages 4-9. Scarce. Seller Inventory # 016250