The Prince And The Frog - A Story to Help Children Learn about Same-Sex Relationships Book
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For ages 3 - 7 years.
This reimagining of a classic fairytale helps children understand that love isn't always between a boy and a girl. Starring a prince who was magically turned into a frog and needs to find true love to break the spell, it is a funny, uplifting story that introduces the importance of equality and diversity to children aged 3-7.
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 embrace diversity and equality. Ideal for children aged 3-7.
'This is a crucial book for kids to read; it promotes the importance of self-acceptance, as well as respect for others, and does so in a fresh, creative and engaging way. I wish resources like this had existed when I was growing up!'
- Vicky Beeching, Writer, speaker, and LGBT campaigner
'The Prince and the Frog will delight countless children at bedtime ... and perhaps even inspire tomorrow's human rights champions.'
- Charles Radcliffe, former Head of Equality & Non-Discrimination, United Nations Human Rights Office, New York
'Olly has written another sweet, endearing love story with a twist. It's a joy to read children's books that feature same sex relationships, as representation and visibility are key when developing empathy and compassion from an early age.'
- Gemma Curtis, Head of Education, Diversity Role Models
'I wish a book like this had existed when I was a kid. Teaching diversity and acceptance from a young, formative age is extremely important and this story hits the nail on the head.'
- Riyadh Khalaf, TV Presenter and LGBTQI+ Filmmaker
Author: Olly Pike