The Prince and the Frog: A Story to Help Children Learn about Same-Sex Relationships

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The Prince and the Frog: A Story to Help Children Learn about Same-Sex Relationships

The Prince and the Frog: A Story to Help Children Learn about Same-Sex Relationships By Olly Pike The Prince and the Frog A Story to Help Children Learn about Same Sex Relationships One day Oskar and his sister Caroline meet a prince who was turned into a frog by an evil wizard Only true love s kiss can break the spell both Caroline and Oskar want to help but which of them will

  • Title: The Prince and the Frog: A Story to Help Children Learn about Same-Sex Relationships
  • Author: Olly Pike
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  • Page: 428
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Prince and the Frog: A Story to Help Children Learn about Same-Sex Relationships By Olly Pike One day, Oskar and his sister Caroline meet a prince who was turned into a frog by an evil wizard Only true love s kiss can break the spell both Caroline and Oskar want to help, but which of them will be the frog prince s true love This brightly illustrated, heart warming take on a classic fairytale teaches children about same sex relationships and attraction ExploringOne day, Oskar and his sister Caroline meet a prince who was turned into a frog by an evil wizard Only true love s kiss can break the spell both Caroline and Oskar want to help, but which of them will be the frog prince s true love This brightly illustrated, heart warming take on a classic fairytale teaches children about same sex relationships and attraction Exploring what it means to be in a healthy, loving relationship, it encourages children to listen to others, be kind, and embrace diversity and equality Ideal for children aged 3 7.
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    1. Isaiah on said:

      I got an ARC in return for an honest review from NetGalley.I got this book as part of an effort to complete a reading bingo where I needed a retelling of a fairy tale, though I am also a fan of queer books for children I did enjoy this book for the most part.The art was simple and cute It was wonderful to see a prince and princess that weren t white It was also wonderful to see a princess that saw something else for her life that wasn t love it was incredibly easy to read Caroline as asexual whi [...]

    2. Laura on said:

      You know what we need More LGBTQ fairy tales like this one, which is very gentle, and not preachy at all, just a cute tale of love and friendship, where instead of the princess kissing the front, the prince does.And you know why we need to have this sort of book We need to allow kids to know that there is nothing wrong with their feelings, that princes can fall in love with magical frogs that are really princes too.And we need it not only for the youth out there that feel this way, but also for [...]

    3. Donna Maguire on said:

      Review to be added to UK and US on 19th April 2018I thought that this book was genuinely lovely and it is such a nice little tale One day, Oskar and his sister Caroline meet a prince who was turned into a frog by an evil wizard Only true love s kiss can break the spell both Caroline and Oskar want to help, but which of them will be the frog prince s true love The illustrations in the book are nice, sharp and bright and they really make the book I thought this was a touching take on the classic c [...]

    4. Rachel McKitterick on said:

      thank you to Netgalley and Jessica Kingsley Publishers for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review 5 starsG this was way too cute I absolutely loved it And it was a decent length aswell which I really appreciated It wasnt just a 20 page read but felt that it had an actual atory to it rather than it being a short picture book It is a retelling of the classic The Frog Prince where in this version, its not the girl who breaks the spell, but her brother instead I really liked how it sho [...]

    5. Victoria on said:

      I am here for stories like this This is the perfect story to not only I think explain same sex relationships to young kids, but also aro ace people to young children and it was awesome to see such a different take on a classic tale Though I think the story needs a little focus in places, I think the story about the relationship growing between the prince and the frog is really nice, and it s also good to see a female character saying actually this isn t my thing and the flip of gender roles Com [...]

    6. Lee Peckover on said:

      First and foremost, this is a nice, accessible and well illustrated fairy tale The nice bonus here, is that this can obviously be used as a jumping off point for lessons on same sex relationships or when covering LGBTQ issues in general The text and story itself is accessible for children aged 4 and this seems an easy starting point for children of this age It would be nice to see children s books which offer characters avoiding traditional stereotypes like this one.

    7. Erika on said:

      I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review All thoughts are purely my own and not influenced in any way This was a really cute retelling of the classic princess and the frog story and a nice introduction for kids to LGBT relationships and just love in general I looked how it was okay for the princess to NOT want love and how the relationship didn t feel forced, but natural Only drawback is the art I liked the story, but the pictures just didn t do it for me.

    8. Ryan on said:

      What a wonderfully inclusive fairy tale It is very obvious that Princess Caroline, and Prince Oskar have both heard the story of the Frog Princess When they meet their own magical frog, a kiss from Caroline does not work So Oskar sets out to make the two fall in love It s just a different two fell in love than was expected When Oskar kisses Frog Alex, Prince Alex is released to live happily ever after When I say this story is inclusive I mean it Princess Caroline is not your usual princess She i [...]

    9. Janet Slipak on said:

      Description One day, Oskar and his sister Caroline meet a prince who was turned into a frog by an evil wizard Only true love s kiss can break the spell both Caroline and Oskar want to help, but which of them will be the frog prince s true love This brightly illustrated, heart warming take on a classic fairytale teaches children about same sex relationships and attraction Exploring what it means to be in a healthy, loving relationship, it encourages children to listen to others, be kind, and embr [...]

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