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Emma and Meesha My Boy: A Two Mom Story Paperback – November 15, 2005
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Top Customer Reviews
It's a bit 'young' for my two five year olds (It would be perfect for the 2-5 year old, my two are more in the 5-7 range), but the girls really enjoy it anyway. The pictures are quite charming - and I think that my girls get a kick out of Emma having two Moms, like they do. And they think Mesha is cute. They're really lobbying hard for a kitten, and that's another reason I got this book. As sort of primer on proper cat treatment. It works for that too.
My babysitter was reading it to the girls the other day, and she omitted to read 'A Two Mom Story' while reading the title. One of the girls called her on it. You can't leave that part out, you see.
Parent of twin girls in a Mommy & Ma family.
This was by far one of the best LGBT-inclusive picture books I found, and I've had the recent opportunity to look at quite a few. Most of these books seem to focus on the two moms or two dads as a central part of the story, and this is fine to a degree. But where are the books for kids who want to read about children in families like their own, that don't make a big deal of the same-sex parents? Here (finally) is a book that tells an entertaining story about a girl named Emma, who just so happens to have two moms.
immediately an "again, mama, again" books. i'm getting it for all of our friends, gay and straight.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Our son who is two really loves this book and has even named his soft toy cat Meesha my boy. I wasn't into the book at first because the moms are constantly saying no (something we... Read morePublished on February 20, 2014 by Sonalionline
decent book for little ones. My son liked this but it's not a favorite. It's a cute story about being nice to the cat - the 2 moms do not play a central role which is actually good... Read morePublished on June 25, 2013 by stacy pipkin
Our twins favorite . Great illustrations . Super cute rhymes . Teaches diversity simply because Emma has two mommies - nothing more , nothing less:)Published on November 1, 2011 by Nancy A. Ambroff
This is a great childrens book about a girl that happens to have two moms. My one year old daughter loves this book and it has become part of her bedtime reading routine. Read morePublished on April 18, 2011 by Karebear
I bought this book for my son, who has two moms. While he likes it despite its faults, I find the verse too clunky and don't like the way the author beats you over the head with... Read morePublished on June 3, 2010 by K. Livingston
This is the only two mom book we currently have for our 2 year old daughter - but she loves it. When she sees the two moms she names each of her moms and points to the picture of... Read morePublished on November 16, 2009 by JT
This book is the top request in our house right now. My 23 month old loves it - she has it memorized and reads along with us.Published on June 11, 2009 by Book Fan
Our son has loved this story for a couple of years now. We too have a cat that gets picked up and dressed up and would be painted, if said son had the paints without... Read morePublished on June 4, 2009 by Dianne
This is one of the only books about a 2 mom family out there.
It is a really fun book and keeps the attentions of both young toddlers and older readers. Read more