|2014 DEBUT||Tomboy: a graphic memoir|
|Book Author(s)||Liz Prince|
|Book List Price||$15.99|
Liz Prince tells the story of her childhood, tormented by the stranglehold of gender stereotypes, in her first long-form graphic novel. From the age of four to that tumultuous age of seventeen, she had a hard time fitting into the confines of femininity, and her peers had a hard time accepting her because of it, but her discovery of punk rock and zine culture provided a community in which she belonged and thrived.
“Spectacular; a book to make anyone think seriously about society’s preordained gender roles” – starred Kirkus Review
“Prince’s tongue-in-cheek black-and-white line drawings, in a charming style reminiscent of Jeffrey Brown’s autobiographical comics, pack a punch in this empowering memoir that should have ample appeal for any kid who feels like an outsider.” – Booklist