It's A Wild World
- Flamingo Rampant
- Initial publish date
- Oct 2019
- LGBT, Zoos, General
Paperback / softback
- Publish Date
- Oct 2019
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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Age: 6 to 8
- Grade: 1 to 3
- Reading age: 6 to 8
The other animals of the earth are SO interesting—thankfully, we have Derrick, Izzy and Abby to take us on a trip through the zoo and teach us some fauna-tactic facts! We aren’t the only creatures on this planet to love others of the same sex, change our genders or have complex family structures. Come along with these kids and learn a bit about the queerness of nature.
About the authors
S. Bear Bergman is the author of two books, the Lambda Award-nominated The Nearest Exit May Be Behind You (Arsenal Pulp, 2009), and Butch Is a Noun, first published by Suspect Thoughts in 2006 and reissued in a new edition by Arsenal Pulp Press in 2010. Bear is also the co-editor (with Kate Bornstein) of the Lambda Award-winning anthology Gender Outlaws: The Next Generation (Seal, 2010). Ze is also a frequent contributor to anthologies on all manner of topics from the sacred to the extremely profane. A longtime activist, Bear was one of the founders of the first-ever Gay Straight Alliance, and has watched them spread with wonder. Ze continues to work at the points of intersection between and among gender, sexuality, and culture, and spends a lot of time trying to discourage people from installing traffic signals there. Bear lives in Toronto, Ontario with hir husband and son.
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Katie Diamond is an illustrator, graphic designer, and tattoo artist based in Los Angeles. She’s illustrated over a dozen books, for adults and children alike. Since 2012, she’s been the Art Director of Flamingo Rampant, a LGBT2Q children’s book imprint based in Toronto. She’s worked in communications and design for nonprofits throughout the country, including The League of Young Voters, The New Victory Theater, and Theatre of the Oppressed NYC. Diamond firmly believes in using art for social change and education.
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