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“Lemay's writing is superb—the family stories at once heartbreaking and inspiring. VERDICT

This is a vital and engrossing book about how to live an authentic life.―—Library Journal

, STARRED “Engrossing and compassionate…This fascinating, heart-wrenching memoir

offers invaluable insights into issues of gender identity.―—Publishers Weekly, STARRED

review “A moving memoir, Lemayâ€s is an important book because there is virtually nothing

else available about transgender children as young as Jacob. Though most readers will view

Jacob as the bookâ€s main character, his older, precocious sister says that love and kindness

are. And who can argue with that?―—Booklist, STARRED “Compassionate, wise, and

sensitively told, Lemayâ€s narrative offers moving portraits of a mother and family willing to

embrace radical change in order to unconditionally support their child…An intimate and clearly

heartfelt memoir.― —Kirkus “Weaving the story of her own early struggles with faith and her

attempts as a mother to decipher her son's needs, What We Will Become takes us on an

unforgettable journey whose conclusion is both haunting and redemptive. With her lyrical and

intimate prose, Mimi Lemay makes the case that faith can, and should, go hand-in-hand with

acceptance as she provides a compelling vision of a world where every individual can become

who they are meant to be.'—Sarah McBride, author of Tomorrow Will Be Different: Love, Loss,

and the Fight for Trans Equality  “With precision, honesty and grace, Mimi Lemay brings us

on a journey to an uncertain world with her son, Jacob, and their entire family. Along the way, she

reminds us that exclusion and injustice are no match for a motherâ€s devotion. What We Will

Become is more than one familyâ€s story. It is a striking call to action for a country where every

child is worthy, believed in, and loved.―—Congressman Joe Kennedy III  “What We Will

Become is a triumphant, introspective story about being and becoming It beautifully reminds us of

the challenges, but also the necessity, of unconditional love, both for ourselves and for those we

care about. It gives me hope for the future of transgender children.―—Gavin Grimm,

Transgender Activist MIMI LEMAY is an international advocate for transgender youth and the

author of the viral essay “A Letter to My Son Jacob on His 5th Birthday.― Lemay and her

family meet regularly with legislators, business leaders, educators, and clergy to share their vision

of a more equitable world. She is a member of the Parents for Transgender Equality National

Council at Human Rights Campaign and holds a masterâ€s in law and diplomacy from the


Fletcher School at Tufts University.

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