Written & Illustrated by: Jen Wang
For ages: Young Adults and up
Topics Covered: Gender Expression, Growing Up, Love, Family, Acceptance, Friendship.
Summary: Prince Sebastian doesn’t particularly want to get married, but his parents are desperate for him to find a mate. All Sebastian really wants to do is blow off steam and wear fabulous dresses as a disguise while out on the town. He comes across Frances, a talented young seamstress and hires her to live in the castle and create one of a kind looks for him. Frances begins to accompany him out on the town and the pair become best friends. Frances is only one of two people that know the prince likes to wear dresses. When the prince’s alter-ego Lady Crystallina begins to be recognized, and her fashions desired, the two reach an impasse because Frances getting recognized as the creator of these dresses could also mean the cover is blown for Sebastian. This is a fabulous graphic novel about friendship, acceptance, and personal expression. Definitely recommended for anyone who enjoys fashion design, or who wears anything unique and might get teased for it.
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Category: Gender Identity, Self Expression, Social-Emotional LearningTags: acceptance, bravery, courage, Family, friendship, gender, gender expression, Gender Identity, gender roles, gender stereotypes, growing up, love, self-acceptance, self-esteem, self-expression, self-respect
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