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Celebrate Pride every day with this adorable board book for the babies and toddlers of lesbian mothers, featuring a variety of diverse, loving families with two moms. A perfect Mother's Day gift!
Families with same-sex parents are celebrated in this board book that follows busy moms and their kids throughout their day—eating breakfast, going on a playdate, heading to the pool for a swim, and settling back in at night with a bedtime story and a good-night lullaby. LGBTQ+ parents and their friends and families will welcome this inclusive and cheerful book that reflects their own lives and family makeup.
With artwork by acclaimed fashion illustrator Izak Zenou, this is a stylish, smart, humorous, family-focused book that will have babies and their two moms giggling as they enjoy it together. It's an ideal baby-shower and first-birthday gift.
And look for its companion board book, My Two Dads and Me.
"will undoubtedly be scooped up by families seeking queer representation in board books."—Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
MICHAEL JOOSTEN is a children's book editor living in New York City. Books that he has edited include Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag and Stonewall: A Building. An Uprising. A Revolution.
IZAK ZENOU is one of fashion's most sought-after illustrators, and has worked with such brands as Chanel, Celine, Henri Bendel, L'Oreal, Sephora, Rizzoli, Vogue, Elle, and Marie Claire. He is also the illustrator of the picture book New York State of Mind, based on the song by Billy Joel. He lives in New York City. See more of Izak's work at Izakzenou.com, and follow him on Instagram at @izakzenou_illustrationist.
"will undoubtedly be scooped up by families seeking queer representation in board books."—Kirkus