juvenile · lgbtqia content

REVIEW: Freeda The Frog and The Two Mommas Next Door

The Official Description: This is the 5th book in the series, and addresses gay parents, and explains to kids that parents are not necessarily always just a man and a woman.

In this book, the tadpoles make a new friend named Jessica, who has two mommas. The tadpoles learn that there are many different types of parents out there, and that all you need is love.

The book has won a Gold Mom’s Choice award for recommended picture books and has received a Readers’ Favorite 5 star review.

This book is available for preorder now on Amazon.com or Mascot Books, and releases on 6/2/20.

Just the facts: A vibrant and fun children’s book about having two moms.

Jessica has two moms! These little tadpoles are colourful, cute and curious. – Kinzie Things

My thoughts bit: 

This book is about a tadpole named Jessica who has two moms. Most of the other tadpoles have a mom and a dad and it comes up in conversation when the tadpoles all get together. Jessica is great at explaining her family makeup to her friends – she even busts out an underwater chalkboard!

The conversation continues once Jessica’s friends get home. There’s some really great discussion in this little story about diversity and what it means. The theme is enhanced by the adorable drawings and the bright and colorful images throughout the book!

I haven’t read the first books in this series…but this one would be a great addition to any library!

Links: Goodreads // The Author // The Publisher

I received an ARC of Freeda The Frog and The Two Mommas Next Door by Nadine Haruni from Mascot Books via Netgalley in exchange for an unbiased review.

 

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