It was easy to choose books for my young nieces and nephews this Christmas. First, I ruled out stories about boys who think they are girls, girls who dream of having their breasts removed, and pet rabbits unhappy at being misgendered.
Then I rejected books telling toddlers how to be anti-racist and older children how to be allies to their black classmates.
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