Book Review: A Color Named Love by M. Ellery and Clara Reschke is a lovely book that explains polyamory to kids in a child-friendly way.
A short overview of this book
A Color Named Love by M. Ellery and Clara Reschke is a lovely book that helps kids to understand how a family works with polyamorous adults. Children with parents in non-monogamous relationships (where adults have more than one romantic relationship at a time) can not find books that represent the diversity in their family. Which is why books like this are so important as they include these children (instead of excluding them).
So this book helps to normalise all forms of loving families because it doesn’t matter where you come from or how your family is constituted, if there is love then you have everything!
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What’s the ideal age for this book?
A Color Named Love by M. Ellery and Clara Reschke is ideal for children between the ages of 4 to 9 years.
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You can buy a copy of A Color Named Love by M. Ellery and Clara Reschke from Amazon.
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