Robin takes us back to that glorious time when she was seven years old and shows us how it defined her for the rest of her life.

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Apollonia Vanova ...
Robin's mother
Christine Lippa ...
Swimming Instructor
Cole McLeod
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Shermaine Chu
Kye Fedor
Morgan Fleming
Andrew French
Nicholas Frost
Daisy Lippa
Sophie Little
Joe Miller
Max Miller
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Robin takes us back to that glorious time when she was seven years old and shows us how it defined her for the rest of her life.

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12 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was a fine little inoffensive short about a very specific experience that happened one summer. A little girl can't find a bathing suit top that fits and doesn't want to wear a one piece, so she swims topless. Because she's only seven, the instructor assumes she's a boy. Her mom doesn't know--I guess parents weren't allowed to watch the lessons--and only finds out when the class is over. The girl wins a medal for best swimmer of the session, which seems to verify that she is an awesome person and has retained her individuality. I wasn't sure exactly what the author was saying about the decision to not wear a conventional, gender-specific outfit. Did it somehow make her a stronger person? It seems like a really inconsequential decision, yet it is the focus of the memoir. I generally appreciate stories like this. A little girl who triumphs by defying expectations sounds like a sweet idea, but this one didn't really make sense to me.


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