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Vanita Oelschlager , Kristin Blackwood , Mike Blanc

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The best 2 Dad Story - review from a 2 Dad family 5 février 2012
Par Robert Scofield - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
We are a 2 dad household and have about four 2 dad books. This is by far the best one! This is cute and our daughter asks us to read it often. The illustrations are well done and the diologue is cute. The only complaint I would have is the little boy in the story is nameless and our little girl always asks what his name is. Highly recommended.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Wonderful Primer for Children 8 septembre 2013
Par The Golden Darter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Review written for both this version as well as A Tale of Two Mommies

A while back I heard a story on NPR about a shift in children's books toward inclusion of homosexual parental units in the stories. It wasn't something that had ever occurred to me before, both because I don't have kids and am not discriminated against because of my sexuality. But I can see how it is a growing need. How confusing would that be as a child of a same-sex couple to constantly be seeing traditional parental units in books and TV... But not in your own home.

I love several things about this book, not the least of which is it's mission. But it also takes traditional gender roles (as assigned to the mother and the father respectively) and assigns them to one of a same-sex couple where these "gender roles" mean nothing. For example...

The book revolves around two children meeting at a park, a girl with two daddies and a boy with presumably heterosexual parents. So the second child is curious about which of the little girls dads preforms each of the tasks that he is accustomed to either his mother or father preforming. On one page he asks: "Which dad would build your house in a tree? And which dad helps when you skin your knee?" Building a tree house, in my mind anyway, would be the traditional provenance of the father and tending wounds that of the mother. So when the little girl responds with Poppa's the one who builds in a tree. Daddy's the one who fixes my knee. she is assigning both of these tasks to one of her parents, not to a gender.

There are also questions that do not receive a specified answer, like how "neither" of her parents stay up late or catch a dog, that the girls doesn't need a parent to match up her socks for her, and that both can catch a frog and tuck her in at night.

They are also both there when she is "sad and needs some love". Because that is what this is all about. If romance novels have taught me nothing else, it's that love comes in many forms.

I should also mention that proceeds from the sales of this novel are going to charity, so buying both or either of of these books(one written for two mommies and one for two daddies) is supporting a good cause.

Copy courtesy of VanitaBooks, LLC, via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 30 juin 2014
Par H. Cloud - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié|Achat vérifié
Beautifully illustrated, great story!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Tale Of Two Daddies review 16 mai 2014
Par toki8th grader - Publié sur Amazon.com
A Tale of Two Daddies By Vanita Oelschlager. This picture book is about a girl who has two dads. She answers questions her friend Lincoln has about having two dads. Lincoln asks about what each of her dads can do for her. She has a normal life except her dads. Her family does the exact same things as a normal family does except without a mom. I likes the fact that it’s about having two dads from a childs point of view. This book is mostly intended for children around the age of 10. I recommend the book to people around the age of 7-12. Most elementary children read books about have a mom and dad but this book puts it in different perspectives. My favorite part of the book is near the end when the main character starts going “both of my dads can do this.”
4.0 étoiles sur 5 Culture and education go hand in hand 28 avril 2014
Par Anne - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
To me, culture and education go hand in hand. Unfortunately, culture in general is straight (heterosexuality is the norm when you turn on your TV, your radio or when you go to the movies). And I say "unfortunately" not because I’m gay, but because I believe it’s important to show our children that there are other possibilities, that being different is perfectly normal. No, I don’t have kids, but the way OUR children are raised today will impact my future, your future, and we already have too much hate out there.

If you are a parent, A Tale of Two Daddies and A Tale of Two Mommies are great books to show your little ones basic aspects of alternative families. The art is beautiful and the question and answer format keeps the kids engaged. You don’t need to read the whole book at once, just take your time breaking paradigms, showing your love and creating good childhood memories. That's what I would do. :)
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