Being Jazz is written by a girl who is transgender. Although she was born with the body parts of a boy, but for as long as she could remember she has felt like a girl and now identifies herself as one. Her book tells of the challenges she faces, and talks about the things she is doing to help other people who are transgender. The thing I liked most about this book is that the author tries her best to help and create awareness about people who are transgender. She wants people to understand that we are all human and everyone should be treated with respect no matter what they look like. The author of this book is 15 year old and it's interesting to read a book from a teenager's perspective. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys learning about different people's lives.
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