Bound To Stay Bound

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 Heather has two mommies
 Author: Newman, Leslea

 Illustrator: Cornell, Laura

 Publisher:  Candlewick Press
 Pub Year: 2015

 Classification: Easy
 Physical Description: [32] p., col. ill., 27 cm.

 BTSB No: 674841 ISBN: 9780763666316
 Ages: 3-7 Grades: K-2

 Subjects:
 Mother-daughter relationship -- Fiction
 Homosexuality -- Fiction
 Lesbian mothers -- Fiction

Price: $6.50

Summary:
When Heather and her classmates all draw pictures of their families, no two drawings are the same.


Reviews:
   Kirkus Reviews (01/15/15)
   School Library Journal (02/01/15)
 The Hornbook (00/05/15)

Full Text Reviews:

School Library Journal - 02/01/2015 PreS-Gr 2—This is a new edition of the now classic picture book, first published in 1989. The story opens with descriptions of Heather playing with toys in the tall grass behind her house. The child has two of many things including arms, legs, feet, and elbows. "Heather has two pets: a ginger-colored cat named Gingersnap and a big black dog named Midnight. Heather also has two mommies: Mama Jane and Mama Kate." As Heather enters school for the first time she observes that many of the students in her classroom have unique families. To illustrate, Ms. Molly asks the children to draw pictures of their families. Each drawing displays the differences found within each household, yet as Heather's teacher comments, "The most important thing about a family is that all the people in it love each other." The author's text is simple yet powerful in its ability to move readers of all ages. Cornell's fluid watercolor and gouache illustrations breathe life into this delightful story. Each page is artfully and distinctly rendered to be a visual depiction of the beauty and joy of diversity. VERDICT Readers will be warmed by this glimpse into Heather's family, whether revisiting the text or experiencing it for the first time.—Claire Moore, Darien Library, CT - Copyright 2015 Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and/or School Library Journal used with permission.

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