Garden, Nancy.Wooding, Sharon. () Molly's family /MLA Citation
Garden, Nancy.Wooding, Sharon,Molly's Family. : . Print.
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Molly's family /
Nancy Garden ; pictures by Sharon Wooding.
|Main Author:||Garden, Nancy.|
|Other Names:||Wooding, Sharon,|
|Published:||New York : Farrar Straus Giroux, |
|Topics:||Children of gay parents - Juvenile fiction. | Families - Juvenile fiction. | Schools - Juvenile fiction. | Lesbian mothers - Juvenile fiction. | Families - Fiction. | Schools - Fiction. | Lesbian mothers - Fiction.|
|Genres:||Picture books for children. | Fiction. | Juvenile works. | Picture books. | Picture books. | Easy books.|
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|Physical Description:||1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 25 cm
|Summary:||"The members of Ms. Marston's kindergarten class are cleaning and decorating their room for the upcoming Open School Night. Molly and Tommy work on drawing pictures to put on the walls. Molly draws her family: Mommy, Mama Lu, and her puppy, Sam. But when Tommy looks at her picture, he tells her it's not of a family. "You can't have a mommy and a mama," he says. Molly doesn't know what to think; no one else in her class has two mothers. She isn't sure she wants her picture to be on the wall for Open School Night. Molly's dilemma, sensitively explored in words and art, shows readers that even if a family is different from others, it can still be happy, loving, and real"--amazon.com.
While preparing decorations for Open School Night, Molly and several of her classmates draw pictures of their families and discover that family means something different to each of them.
Wooding, Sharon, illustrator.