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He tries them on and likes to wear them but his big struggle is whether or not to tell his “motorbike-riding, leather-jacket-wearing” dad – “would his father love him if he saw him in a frock?

There are specific pieces for specific body parts; but body parts do NOT define gender, therefore there are no gendered clothing. The story follows Cliff the little crocodile who finds a pile of clothes – “a slinky frock, stilettos and a string of pretty pearls”. She has also won numerous awards, including the Children's Book Award, the Sheffield Children's Book Award and the Silver Smarties Prize. A delicious book by Alison Green with illustrations and a foreword by Axel Scheffler, plus pictures by 38 international illustrators, to celebrate kindness and humankind. It does this with a light touch that captures perfectly the warm and love-centric logic at the heart of the story: 'My friend, why sit there worrying about "What if?

It is a story about love, and its overriding message is to be brave – your friends will stand by you, and your parents won’t even care what you wear because they love you unconditionally. It provoked some interesting discussion; some boys were certain their parents wouldn’t like them wearing girls’ clothes. Aki-kroko haluaa kokeilla ylleen tyttöjen hepeneitä, pahaksi onneksi muutama hyeena tulee paikalle naureskelemaan. Frockodile finds a bag of hidden clothes - a dress, beads, high heeled red shoes - and is captivated by them. Cliff the crocodile discovers a slinky frock and some fabulous peals and heels, and just has to try on the outfit.

There are, however, some very moving lines: “I just feel happier in heels and don’t you LOVE this dress? Fun story about acceptance of a crocodile who finds some clothes in the swamp and tries them on and is teased by other animals.

Cannot be overstated: clothes are inanimate objects and do NOT possess genders; therefore, there are no girl/boy clothes. Jeanne Willis is an award-winning author who has written over 150 books, including The Bog Baby, the Paddington Movie novelisation and Tadpole’s Promise. It deals with issues children may well come up against and is put together in a way that makes the reader feel looked after and okay, even though things in life may well feel far from okay. Jeanne Willis’s text is witty and fast-paced, keeping children interested and skillfully navigating them through the story. O meu filho adora usar os meus longos colares, inclusive nos últimos dias teima em sair de casa com um longo colar de bolas coloridas que tenho, numa destas saídas um Sr chegou a fazer um comentário ao meu filho “Um menino com um colar?

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