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The day Joanie Frankenhauser became a boy
Frances Lantz
Children's Fiction LANTZ

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Summary: Tired of gender stereotyping at home, in the classroom, and especially on the football field, ten-year-old Joanie pretends to be a boy when her family moves to a new town, but soon finds there are unexpected consequences.

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main characters Joanie Frankenhauser
Age: 10
Skinny; underdeveloped; tomboy; loves to paly sports, escpecially football; moves to a new community and cuts her hair, calls herself John, and acts like a boy.

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