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The story is well written, it's true, and the illustrations are great.
I think it is a wonderful message to send to my children along with the fact that it is a simple message of tolerance and acceptance of other kinds of families.
This is a lovely story about two male penguins who adopt and raise a penguin egg of their very own.
I bought this out of solidarity for "Banned book month". It was really sweet!Published 4 days ago by Kathy Nettles
We'd read that this book had been banned in some schools so we bought it to support the author and ended up really enjoying it. Read morePublished 19 days ago by L. Weyenberg
I love that my daughter can grow up reading this and knowing that same sex couples are just regular 'ol couples. No need to explain any further, love is love.Published 1 month ago by chelseattle
This book promotes the homosexual agenda to young children. How sad it is that it is billed as a wonderful book about loving family relationships!Published 1 month ago by John Korman
I am painfully aware of the homosexual agenda in this world but to go after our children is more than disturbing. Leave the innocents alone and pick on someone your own size. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Thefabfive
It is ridiculous to include this book on the 100 children's books to read list. The premise that we should use penguins as an example of alternative family love in any real sense... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anise C. Hollingshead
Although I haven't read the book the fact that the Singapore national library even though it isn't banned has removed and destroyed it is enough for me to buy it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by E. Wilgenhof Plante