by Prince, Liz,
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|Availability:||Available at 6 Libraries 7 of 10 copies|
Growing up, Liz Prince wasn't a girly girl, but she wasn't exactly one of the guys either (as she learned when her little league baseball coach exiled her to the distant outfield). She was somewhere in between. But with the forces of middle school, high school, parents, friendship, and romance pulling her this way and that, the middle wasn't an easy place to be. Tomboy follows award-winning author and artist Liz Prince through her early years and explores--with humor, honesty, and poignancy--what it means to "be a girl."From staunchly refuting "girliness" to the point of misogyny, to discovering through the punk community that your identity is whatever you make of it, Tomboy offers a sometimes hilarious, sometimes heartbreaking account of self-discovery in modern America.
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-- Childhood and youth
-- Comic books, strips, etc.
Cartoonists -- United States -- Biography -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Sex role -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Gender identity -- Comic books, strips, etc.
Comics (Graphic works)
|Publisher|| San Francisco, CA :
255 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm