Pride and Joy
A Story About Becoming an LGBTQIA+ Ally
by Frank J. Sileo; Kate Lum-Potvin
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Pub Date 18 May 2023 | Archive Date 18 May 2023
Joy loves her big brother, Noah. He's the best brother, skateboarder and cookie baker there is! So, when Noah is teased for being gay, Joy wants to help. But how?
Joy decides to become an ally - someone who supports others through their words and actions. With her best friend, Elliott, Joy takes action, baking 'Pride and Joy' cookies to raise money for the local LGBTQIA+ center. But when the bully tries to put an end to the bake sale, Joy learns that being an ally means using your words, too.
Written by an award-winning author team, and with charming illustrations throughout, Pride and Joy introduces children to LGBTQIA+ allyship and teaches them the value of inclusion and courage. Featuring a reading guide for adults and questions for discussion, this beautiful, uplifting picture book is a must-have for every young ally.
A Note From the Publisher
Kate Lum-Potvin is an award-winning children's author and podcast storyteller. She began her LGBTQIA+ allyship journey when her sister came out, and is proud to be a part of this joyful new book. Kate is based in Nova Scotia, Canada. Visit her at katelum.com and on Instagram and Facebook @Kate_and_Friends_for_Kids.
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