Ten-month-old Josefina Doyle Vazquez checks out the hair of Coco Sho-nell after Coco read at Drag Queen Storytime in the Evanston Library’s Robert Crown Branch. “It’s important to teach kids it’s OK to be different,” said Coco. Do they notice? “They just know there is a magical being in front of them.” Josefina came with dad, Juan, and mom, Justina, who said: “We wanted to celebrate Pride.” Coco read I Like Myself, I Love My Glam-ma! and ‘Twas the Night before Pride. Coco will read again at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Main Library. (Photo by Richard Cahan)

Richard Cahan

Richard Cahan takes photos for the Evanston RoundTable. He also is publisher of CityFiles Press, a small but mighty media company that believes in the power of words and pictures. You can reach him at...

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