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This book focusses on Donovan's worry about being perfect at the wedding - but it isn't until the end that you find out it is the wedding between his mums.
A class discussion about the different sorts of families the children live in. This is one of my favourite books and it just sounds like children talking.
A fun book about a young girl who LOVES costumes - and the penguins who kidnap her. She is shopping for her birthday party with her dads at the time.
Julian and his abuela first appeared in Julian is a mermaid, so I was looking forward to this follow-up so much. I wasn't disappointed. The non-heterosexual couple, gender non-conforming children, and the love that oozes from each page.
Based on a true story, this is Fleur and Julian's worldwide trip – marrying in countries where same-sex marriage is legal.
The family who adventure and imagine together, grow together, just like this family.
A story about bullying and acceptance and support in which the main character is part of a multi-racial family with two mums.
Maddy is non-binary - not a mum, not a dad, just Maddy.
A story about a child and their grandfathers, who are obviously a couple, and their relationship, which changes when Pop becomes ill. I love this so much.
A simple board book which explains and celebrates the meaning behind the colours on the rainbow pride flag, through photos of children and families.
A joyous celebration of rainbow families.
Pearl is so excited when a new girl starts school, especially when Matilda has two dads.
One of my favourite picture books in recent years. This is a celebration of the New Zealand seashore and the fact the main character has two mums is by-the-by.
A fun story about adopting a LOT of animals, and the fact there are two mums is just an aside.
Love is what matters in this warm tale of two worms who love each and get married. Worms, of course, are non-binary which means this is not a traditional couple.
A boy who loves wrestling is being brought up by two mums, who hate fighting. A story of identity and compromise.
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