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P Is for Pride by Greg Paprocki introduces readers (and those listening) to the alphabet by pairing each letter with a word associated with the LGBTQ+ community and supporters in a young age appropriate way. Full of fun and bright colors even non-readers will enjoy the book.

Toddlers (and their adults) can read from A to Z about the LGBTQ+ community while supporting diverse families with kindness and love. The book has been released as part of Greg Prapocki’s BabyLit Alphabet Primers. The target ages is for young readers, but I’ve found the book to be interesting to elementary grade children too.

Inclusive Language

Learn how to be inclusive with words like Courage, Equality, Gay, Nonbinary, Rainbow flag, Hug, Kindness, and Love in scenes showcased with Paprocki’s classically retro mid-century art style that’s proven to be a hit. There is also an included a glossary of terms that can help as conversation prompts for older readers interested in LGBTQ+ conversations.

This book has proudly been added to the 
LGBTQ+ Kids book collection of the blog.

Have you read this or other books by Greg Paprocki? What do you think? Let me know in the comments. You can read more about the author below:

GREG PAPROCKI works full-time as an illustrator and book designer. He has illustrated several Curious George books, the Little Leonardo series, and the BabyLit alphabet board books including S Is for SantaB Is for BooE Is for Easter, and T Is for Thankful. Titles in the Count and Find series include Countdown to ChristmasCountdown to HalloweenDay of the DeadChristmas, and Trees. Greg’s Gibbs Smith titles have sold over 730K copies. He lives in Omaha, Nebraska.

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