World-leading book publisher” HarperCollins is flooding the children’s section of popular stores like Target, Barnes and Noble, and Amazon with books filled with woke messages, transgender ideology, and other content aimed at indoctrinating kids as young as 3 years old.
If You’re A Kid Like Gavin: The True Story of a Young Trans Activist: Targeted at 4-8 year olds, this book is about a young trans activist and encourages children to question their gender identity. The book normalizes questioning gender saying: “There are many kids out there, some just like Gavin Grimm, and they might even be you. What choices will you make?”
True You: A Gender Journey: Targeted at children 4-8 years old, this book tells young kids that “There are different ways to show and be who you are in this affirming photographic picture book that offers a celebratory and informative look at kids and their wide-ranging gender identities.”
Peanut Goes for the Gold: The adage “you can’t judge a book by its cover” is particularly true regarding a book about a nonbinary guinea pig named Peanut, which is aimed at children ages 4-8.
Red, A Crayon’s Story: This innocent-looking book uses the power of analogy to encourage children ages 3-7 to question their gender identity while suggesting parents may be wrong with about how to raise their children. The book reads: “Red has a bright red label, but he is, in fact, blue. His teacher tries to help him be red (let’s draw strawberries!), his mother tries to help him be red by sending him out on a playdate with a yellow classmate…But Red is miserable. He just can’t be red, no matter how hard he tries!”
Bye, Bye Binary: Targeting babies to 4-year-old children, this book is about a “A joyful baby refuses to conform to the gender binary.”
Riley Weaver Needs a Date to the Gaybutante Ball: A book targeted at young teenagers, this book tells the story of a “femme, gay teen podcaster” who is applying for the “Gaybutante Society, the LGBTQ+ organization that has launched dozens of queer teens’ careers in pop culture, arts, and activism.”
Transmogrify!: 14 Fantastical Tales of Trans Magic: “Transness is as varied and colorful as magic can be,” this book aimed at teenagers proclaims, as it tells fourteen different stories alongside unforgettable characters who embody many different genders and expressions and experiences.