ABC: A Family Alphabet Book

ABC A Family Alphabet Book Have fun with the kids moms dads and pets in this delightful book that celebrates LGBTQ families as it teaches young children the alphabet

  • Title: ABC: A Family Alphabet Book
  • Author: Bobbie Combs Brian Rappa Desiree Rappa
  • ISBN: 9780967446813
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback
  • ABC: A Family Alphabet Book

    Have fun with the kids, moms, dads and pets in this delightful book that celebrates LGBTQ families as it teaches young children the alphabet.

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    1. Emelda

      The kiddo said to give this one 4 stars and it was his favorite of the new library books we read today I would have given it 3 myself Maybe even 2 I would never buy this, no matter how cute, because it mentions zoos, aquariums, eggs as a vegan, I don t want to support any of those , AND has a little girl dressed in a stereotypical Indian costume which is racism in action as someone who is of color, I also don t want to support that, either I REALLY wish those elements hadn t been there I probabl [...]

    2. Emily Holder

      This book is an ABC learning book, while some aspects of it discuss diverse families, LGBT families in particular Not every page has to do with diverse families, but enough of them do to make it relevant for this topic I chose this book because it is educational in multiple aspects I also chose it because students may recognize the format of alphabet books and therefore be comfortable or likely to want to read this particular book.The story is interested to children, however only those within [...]

    3. Kimberly

      I give this book a 4 star rating.This book is an alphabet book Each letter, they tell a story about what each family does The thing I like about this book is that it introduces the idea that their are then one family structure This doesn t come from the story but the pictures This book can be a way to bring up the conversation without having to make it to mature.Ways to use this in a classroom.1 Introduce different family strucutures2 Make a class family ABC book3 Write prompt about family stor [...]

    4. Shelby Miller

      This book teaches children so much than just the alphabet Throughout the illustrations and storyline, many diverse families, children, and scenes are created This includes same gender parents, children with disabilities, families among many races, and people of all body types Topics alphabet, colors, families, gender, disabilities, body type, race, culture, counting, siblings, parents, family structure.

    5. Lara

      This is a standard A Z picture book, but all families represented are gay lesbian parents I wasn t crazy about most of the illustrations and would have liked to see racial ethnic diversity Since it was published in 2000, I m disappointed that there s a culturally insensitive illustration of a girl dressed up in a stereotypical Indian costume I hope parents teachers use the illustration for B to open a discussion about stereotypes of Indians or Native Americans While giving a voice to one under [...]

    6. Ally

      TEXT SETThis book is an A through Z book with each book representing a fun family activity that starts with that specific letter On each page the family depicted in the illustrations is either a gay or lesbian couple as parents For example A is for awake shows a child blowing a horn to wake up his two moms in bed Or C is for cookies Both of my dads know how to make great chocolate chip cookies It is considered a non issue book, meaning the nature of the content doesn t directly discuss the issue [...]

    7. Amy Rae

      It s a fairly standard sort of alphabet book it wouldn t be the slightest bit notable if not for the fact that it features gay and lesbian parents But for that fact, it does have value on the bookshelf.Another reviewer notes that the illustrations do include an example of playing Indian, which is unfortunate I have to admit I didn t notice that in my readthrough, but that s because I was at work and had to do it quickly

    8. Lbbkids

      This is a really cute alphabet book aimed at queer families that shows kids favorite things to do with their moms and dads The goofy and colorful illustrations show families from many different ethnic and cultural backgrounds having fun together From waking their moms up early with a tuba seranade, to swinging on the jungle gym with their dads, the illustrations will make kids laugh out loud, and will provide them with many opportunities to learn new words in addition to the alphabet

    9. Hannah Givens

      Nice casual alphabet book with same sex parents I found it a bit weird that ALL the parents were same gender, though, because on an admittedly very quick skim it didn t look like they were the same families over and over, so why not include some different sex couples and single parents

    10. Coley G

      3.5 StarsCute and it s always nice to introduce kids to different kinds of families but the art style is not my thing and the part about dressing up as an Indian contradicts, to me, the book s inclusive purpose Still, not a bad little ABC book and my kid liked it.

    11. Vanessa Dougherty

      This book celebrates the LGBTQ community while teaching the letters of the alphabet Learning about different family dynamics like, moms, dads, siblings, etc children are introduced to the different families peers may have This book would be great to start conversations about diverse families.

    12. Autumn Yoon

      LOVE this book it serves 2 purposes works as an ABC book and exposes students to different families I would recommend reading this story to students or children in Kindergarten 3rd.

    13. Savannah Cohen

      ABC A Family Alphabet Book is a great resource for pre k and kindergarten students This book teaches the alphabet while also showing a variety of different kinds of families This book is really fun and entertaining for pre k and kindergarten students because they love identifying their letters and different words that start with those letters Children are also familiar with this format making it easier for them to follow along and enjoy the content Each letter shows a different family doing some [...]

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