New Life by Jackson Williams
The Inspiring True Story of Brooke McKellogg

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New Life is a biographical account based upon the true life story of Brooke McKellogg, a young woman who was born male, yet realized at an early age she was intended to be a girl. Follow along with Bobby McKellogg, age twelve, as he finally admitted to his parents his most secret desire - to live his life as a girl. Weep with the newly renamed Brooke McKellogg as she begins her new life, still in her teen years,and learns that not everything about her new gender is as easy as she hoped it would be. Cheer with Brooke as she undergoes her gender reassignment surgery and learns that there is indeed victory to be found when someone is willing to forge through a life fraught with set-backs and disappointments. This stirring true-to-life drama reveals the heartaches and joys of one transgender's life as she continues on as a young adult after she has undergone the gender reassignment surgery necessary in order to become the real girl she was meant to be.
Brooke McKellogg is an amazing girl the entire world will fall in love with and learn to identify with as each person reads this account of her life. Through the help of her family, friends and her own perseverance, Brooke discovers that all is worthwhile when finally able to achieve the new body, new gender, and New Life she always yearned for. What she doesn't know is what direction her love life will take as an adult woman and what form of romance she will find.
 

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Published February 4, 2011 by Crescent Suns Publishing. 235 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help, Romance, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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The New York Review of Books

Like her last movie, Old Joy (2006), Wendy and Lucy is adapted from a short story by the Portland, Oregon, writer Jon Raymond, whose intently observant and unillusioned take on his home territory has been adopted by Reichardt as her own.

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