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Cheeky Charlie Learns About Gender


Charlie is a three-year-old kid with big green eyes, blond curly hair and long eyelashes. When not playing with cats, cars, or singing and dancing, Charlie asks A LOT of questions. People think Charlie is very cheeky, but Charlie just wants answers. Charlie feels different from the other kids. After a class trip to a butterfly exhibit, Charlie learns how being authentic and curious are good parts of themself.

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Format Paperback
Pages 19
Year Published 2023

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Anne Lowthian-Rickert (Author), Charlie Lowthian-Rickert

Charlie Lowthian Rickert is a high school student, avid gamer, sneaker collector and gender-equity educator. Winner of the Joan Gullen Community Service Award when she was eight years old (2014), and a Femmy Award at age ten (2016), she was chosen as the youngest grand marshal of Ottawa Capital Pride for her efforts to educate about gender diversity in children. Today, Charlie hosts workshops across the country to foster inclusive classrooms and spaces, focusing on suicide prevention and youth mental health. You can reach Charlie at This book is based on the educational workshop 'Building Resilience in Diverse Families' created by Anne Lowthian, B.A., B. Ed., OCT, a special education specialist in Ottawa.