New Fuse 8 n’ Kate Episode: Heather Has Two Mommies

In honor of Pride Month, Kate and I decided to celebrate with a practical consideration of the most famous same-sex parenting book of all time (sorry, Tango).  But here’s the thing – I remembered disliking the original art intensely when I was younger. Does the book actually belong in the children’s literature canon or is […]

In honor of Pride Month, Kate and I decided to celebrate with a practical consideration of the most famous same-sex parenting book of all time (sorry, Tango).  But here’s the thing – I remembered disliking the original art intensely when I was younger. Does the book actually belong in the children’s literature canon or is it overrated, dated, and/or less timely than the newer books on the same topic coming out today?  OR is it a brilliant piece that is, in its way, timeless.  Only one way to find out!

 

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