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“Love Makes a Family” by Sophie Beer

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"Love Makes a Family" by Sophie Beer book cover.
“Love Makes a Family” by Sophie Beer book cover.

This fun, inclusive board book celebrates the one thing that makes every family a family . . . and that’s LOVE.

Love is baking a special cake. Love is lending a helping hand. Love is reading one more book. In this exuberant board book, many different families are shown in happy activity, from an early-morning wake-up to a kiss before bed. Whether a child has two moms, two dads, one parent, or one of each, this simple preschool read-aloud demonstrates that what’s most important in each family’s life is the love the family members share.

You can use my affiliate link to purchase “Love Makes a Family” and other wonderful books by Sophie Beer on Amazon.com.

Sophie Beer, author of “Love Makes a Family”, completed a dual degree in Law and Creative Industries with distinction at Queensland University of Technology, but found the whole law thing completely wrong for her and now works primarily in children’s and editorial illustration. Reveling in color, shape, and texture, she lives by one simple rule: Art should never be boring.

When she’s not illustrating and writing, she thinks a lot about plants, animals, music, and books.

Have you read this book? What did you think? Let me know in the comments and on social.

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