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Beautiful children's book with a gay marriage theme

 
Uncle Bobby
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10/20/2012 11:26 PM
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Beautiful children's book with a gay marriage theme
When her favorite uncle, Bobby, announces that he is getting married to his boyfriend, Jamie, Chloe worries that he won’t have time for her anymore. The characters are all guinea pigs in human dress, and the sweet, double-page spreads in watercolor and graphite show the idyllic bond between the child and her uncle, as they walk together in the woods, row on the river, and more. In contrast are the scenes of her sadness and jealousy until she learns to have fun with both Bobby and Jamie together—even as they talk about their plans to raise their own kids. The climax is the joyful, exciting wedding—the couple in tuxedos, Chloe as the flower girl, and the big, extended family all together, smiling and teary. A celebration of same-sex marriage, this is about family happiness. Pair with Justin Richardson’s And Tango Makes Three (2005). Preschool-Grade 2.



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Anonymous Coward
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10/20/2012 11:28 PM
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Re: Beautiful children's book with a gay marriage theme
shouldn't they be gerbils
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10/20/2012 11:31 PM
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Re: Beautiful children's book with a gay marriage theme
This is a fuckin weird uncle thread bro.

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10/20/2012 11:53 PM

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Re: Beautiful children's book with a gay marriage theme
It's disgusting to subject children to homosexual filth. yuck
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