Lesbian Cat Book for 8-Year-Olds, found in Palm Beach County Schools

Meow or Never by Jazz Taylor, a seemingly cute book with a cat on the cover, is about a same-sex crush, but you would never know it from the description. The book was found in five schools in Palm Beach County. The book is recommended for eight to twelve-year-olds and seems innocent until you read the content and find out that crush “Nic” is a girl. Nonbinary gender identity makes an appearance in this book as well. 

Meow or Never, a book about a same-sex crush, was found in five Palm Beach County schools. You would never guess from the description what it’s about. It’s recommended for eight to twelve-year-olds.

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Parents have become concerned about what their children are exposed to in recent years. Discussions about sex and gender ideology are topics many feel is best for parents to have with their children. Governor DeSantis and the Florida Legislature agreed and passed a Parental Rights in Education law last session to better protect children from woke idealogy. Last year’s law covered children in kindergarten through third grade and has now been extended through eighth grade during this year’s legislative session. Additionally, more controls regarding the content in children’s books have been included in the new law, and for a good reason. Parents have been entrusting their children to school administrators who, in turn, have exposed them to books about sexuality and gender ideology that many deem inappropriate. 

Last year in Palm Beach County, a book about was found in a Palm Beach County school library describing gender as something doctors “may or may not have gotten right when you were born.” Parents were outraged. 

A concerned parents group on Facebook exposed that the inappropriate Meow book was found in five schools in Palm Beach County. The schools are Allamanda Elementary, Beacon Cove Elementary, Christa McAuliffe Middle, Liberty Park Elementary, and Waters Edge Elementary.

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The description on Amazon of the book in no way indicates its content, but the reviews sure do. 

Amazon’s description;

A heartwarming story of secret pets and secret crushes… and learning to take center stage!

Avery Williams can sing, but that doesn’t mean she can sing in front of people. She likes to stay backstage at her new school, where, to her surprise, she finds a cat tucked away in a nook. Avery names the stray Phantom and visits any time she’s feeling stressed (which is a lot these days).

As she sings to Phantom one day, her crush, Nic, overhears her and ropes Avery into auditioning for the school’s musical. Despite her nerves, Avery lands the lead role…

Notice that the description does not let you know that the crush is the same sex. Some reviewers are thrilled that their children are exposed to diverse characters and relationships. Others, not so much. One mother gave this review;

5.0 out of 5 stars

Beautiful book

Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2021

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My 9 year old LOVED this book! It’s so refreshing to find inclusive books that promote being yourself. I hope to find more books just like this one.

Another reviewer had this to say;

1.0 out of 5 stars

Not appropriate for 8 to 12 as described

Reviewed in the United States on January 30, 2023

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My 8-year-old girls chose this book. They are reading lovers. I just made sure the description says it’s appropriate for 8 years old before buying it. My daughter tells me that she is confused because one girl crush is a girl named Nic. Then I see the other parent’s reviews with the same concern. FIX THE DESCRIPTION NOW. Amazon???

These reviews go to show you why we need laws in place that protect parental rights. This over-sexualization of children, done covertly, must stop. School administrators have overstepped boundaries. Parents are entitled to decide what’s appropriate for their children, and in Florida, our new laws prioritize parental rights and wishes over those of woke school bureaucrats. Children are our most precious asset. Parents are watching, and Florida legislators are listening. 

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