Because queer folks have kids too. Kids love books. And having models that represent ourselves in story is a large part of the magic of storytelling.
Today, I bring to you a beautifully illustrated story of Raf and the Robots. Here is what the Author Sarah Cornor has to say about this book and some of it’s inspirations:
“Set in a deliberately ambiguous unconventional family, young Raf learns about getting his timing right.
The family in the book could represent a number of real family situations – a poly family, a couple with a donor or surrogate, a blended family with an involved ex, sisters living together, or many other configurations.
This book was written with the belief that all children should be able to see their families depicted in the stories around them.”
Check it out HERE!
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