Book Review: ABC Pride by Louie Stowell
Every year, Pride Month is celebrated in June. This year DK books has partnered up with Pride in London to release a new book by Louie Stowell called ABC Pride. Louie Stowell has worked closely with Pride in London to create this colourful, information and visual book that’s easy to understand for young children.
The educational book is aimed at children aged 3 and above and combines the classic ABC learning format that so many kids love with inspirational information.
We follow along the alphabet and learn about the LGBTQIA+ community and how to be inclusive. Each letter has its own page and the book is filled with lovely, colourful illustrations by Amy Phelps to illustrate the words for each letter of the alphabet.
A is for Acceptance! B is for Belonging! C is for Celebrate!
The book supports language learning and gives parents and teachers wonderful tools to help start further conversations with their children.
It’s a simple but powerful book that helps explain gender and identity to young children while also supporting diverse family units. It’s a great way to keep talking about these important topics with children.
The book ABC Pride is timed to celebrate 50 years since the first Pride March in the UK and a percentage of sales will be donated to London’s Unity Fund to support LGBTQ+ groups that need it the most.
Buy your copy of ABC Pride from Amazon.co.uk or from independent retailers.
This book was kindly gifted for this review. As always, all my reviews are 100% honest and all thoughts and opinions are my own.