I ordered this book because gender diversity is something that crops up regularly in my family and amongst my friends, I have one child who is gender-nonconforming, and I wanted these things to be represented in the books we read with the kids. It's a nice, straight-forward explanation of transgender people told through Jazz's story, and it does that well. I think I was a little disappointed because it's not much of a story other than that, so it's not showing a trans girl actually having any adventures or anything. My kids at 4 and 6 are just young enough that a seemingly-adventureless story didn't really hold their attention. (I know being accepted as trans is a pretty big thing, but the book downplays it enough and the kids know little enough about the issues that all of that slips on past them.) I thought the book was easily understood by both my kids, and that was important because I know that they're at an age (especially the gender-non-conforming youngest) where they are establishing their own gender identity so these concepts really need to be demonstrated *now* and not "some time when they're older". However, they haven't wanted to read it again. I'm keeping it on the shelf for pulling out and reading with them again sometime when we need to discuss the issue (as I know we will), and it will be good for that. It doesn't help address the sense of representation in children's books though.