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22gigantes.com - Emma can't wait for her cousin Hannah's wedding. She's going to be the flower girl. That means she'll wear a celery dress and walk down the aisle with the ring bear, leading the way for the happy bride and groom. Or at least, that's what Emma assumes. But nothing turns out to be quite what she's expecting, as Hannah's new spouse turns out to be another bride!
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Most helpful customer reviews 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. A tale for the ages- and for all ages! By Alissa An extraordinary story, told with sensitivity, insight and humor. Sure to equally delight (and educate) both those those being read to and those reading it aloud to their kids and grandkids. Don't miss this wonderful addition to children's literature! 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful. What a beautiful way to introduce children into the knowledge that all kinds of people are wonderful. By Lady Had to read this over and over again to my great granddaughter . She loved it!!!! 2 of 3 people found the following review helpful. Really well done--but a parental alert! By Library Lady NOTE: SPOILER ALERT--Information is given about the surprise ending. I agree with the other three reviewers--this is a delightful, charming, and humorous book, full of the kind of confusion that a child who is asked to be a flower girl or ring bearer might experience on hearing those terms and others for the first time. It's also great from a diversity standpoint for two reasons, one of which is that the wedding in the story is a Jewish one. As a librarian I don't see that all that often in books about weddings and flower girls. The illustrations are bright and charming too, really portraying the awkwardness of a flower girl and a ring bearer getting to know each other for the first time, the love of a little girl for her grownup cousin, and the love of Hannah and Alex, the two persons getting married to each other, is portrayed beautifullly without much PDA. But here is my only concern--not with the book at all, which is superbly done, but to both the description on the front flap of the book and here on Amazon (the one by the book cover and title, not in the book reviews). Because the ending of the book is meant to be a surprise, the description merely says : "Nothing turns out to be quite what she's expecting, not even the bride and groom." It turns out that there is no groom. Alex is a woman, so there are two brides. Don't get me wrong,this is great from a diversity standpoint, and I'm all for it! The problem is that having two brides is not only a surprise to Emma, it's going to be a surprise to any parent reading this book to their child for the first time. There is nothing in the description to indicate to a parent choosing the book at the library (or buying it here on Amazon--unless they read the reviews), that it is about a lesbian wedding. Some parents will object to that, even if I don't, so I wanted to mention it here in this review, just in case. See all 4 customer reviews...
About the Author Meryl G. Gordon was raised on the south shore of Long Island near the beach, which is her favorite place in the world. She graduated from Yale University with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and philosophy. She holds a master’s degree in computer science from Iona College. Her lifelong passion is supporting, promoting, and advocating for lifelong Jewish education. Meryl and her husband live in Stamford, Connecticut, where they raised their three children.
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