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Book Review | A Tale of Two Daddies by Vanita Oelschlager

One of my favorite things about A Tale of Two Daddies were the illustrations…  Many of the playground pieces that the children use throughout the story are things that I used when I was a kid and which I remember quite fondly.

After watching the short film Credence (you can read my review by clicking HERE), this title felt like the perfect addition.

Told through a daughter’s voice and explained as only a child can, this story is not about gay couples, it is about family and this family is a happy one. At the end of the day, what more can a family ask for?

The simple way that the little girl explains to her friend what each of her daddies do is both sweet and undeniably real. It was nice to see that both Poppa and Daddy had individual things that they were able to provide to their daughter and then there were things that they were both good at.  🙂

All in all, a cute story about family and friends. This picture book would be a wonderful addition to any library collection.

A copy of this title was provided through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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