A must-have primer for young readers and a great gift for pride events and throughout the year, beautiful colours all together make a rainbow in Rainbow: A First Book of Pride.
This is a sweet ode to rainbow families, and an affirming display of a parent’s love for their child and a child’s love for their parents.
With bright colours and joyful families, this book celebrates LGBTQ+ pride and reveals the colourful meaning behind each rainbow stripe.
Readers will celebrate the life, healing, light, nature, harmony, and spirit that the rainbows in this book will bring.
Michael Genhart, PhD, is a licensed clinical psychologist in private practice in San Francisco. He is the acclaimed author of numerous picture books.
Anne Passchier is an illustrator and designer from The Netherlands, currently living in Cleveland, OH.
“A positive tool for celebrating a wide range of human diversity and all kids of familial love.” —Booklist
“A win for LBGTQIA+ families and libraries seeking to diversify their shelves.” —School Library Journal
“A joyous tribute to LGBTQ families.” —Publishers Weekly
“A welcome addition to rainbow bookshelves.” —Kirkus Reviews
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