Oliver Button Is a Sissy
This beautiful edition of Tomie dePaola’s progressive 1979 classic stars a special little boy who won’t give up on the dreams that make him unique.
Oliver Button is a sissy.
At least that’s what the other boys call him.
But here’s what Oliver Button really is: a reader, and an artist, and a singer, and a dancer, and more.
What will his classmates say when he steps into the spotlight?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JackieOttman - LibraryThing
Oliver doesn't like the typical boy things. He likes art, plays, acting, walking in the woods... He is made fun of by the boys and the girls stick up for him. He enters the talent show but doesn't win; however Oliver is a Star and is appreciated for his differences. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - breksarah - LibraryThing
I like this book because it shows how misleading stereotypes can be. It is the story of a young boy who likes to dance. Throughout the story, perspectives begin to change and people begin to realize ... Read full review