A Boy Named Queen by Sara Cassidy

Reviewed by Jane Oliver-Purton (Library Staff)

There’s a new kid in Evelyn’s fifth grade classroom, and his name is Queen. Evelyn is at first curious about him, and then intrigued, and then concerned. He’s definitely different from other boys she knows, and although he is the butt of many a joke, he doesn’t seem to notice. This short (77 pages!) but fine book is a lesson to all of us about kids who are “different” and about being your own person and respecting that in others.

Located in Children’s Fiction (J FIC CASSIDY)

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