Book Review: Pride Colors by Robin Stevenson

Book Review: Pride Colors by Robin Stevenson

Pride Colors
Robin Stevenson
Orca Book Publishers
03/12/2019

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What the Book is About

Pride Colors is about the colors in the pride flag. The book uses photography and poetic writing to illustrate the beauty of the rainbow.

First Impressions

The photography is incredible. I love the amount of representation the book has in it with various different skin tones and family types.

What I Liked

I really liked the interplay between the colors and phrases. For example, the yellow page is about a bright smile. Also, the end of the book has the meaning for each of the colors in the pride flag. The best part of this book is the representation because we see kids with two moms and two dads. 

What I Didn’t Like

Nothing! This is a great educational, fun book for young children.

Final Thoughts

I highly recommend this book! It’d be a great addition to any child’s library. 

Disclaimer

I was provided a copy of this book through the website Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

Special thanks to Orca Book Publishers and Robin Stevenson for making this book available for review.

Finley Jane Farmer is a non-binary mother of 2. When they’re not homeschooling their son (with Autism) or running after their preschool daughter, they are busy knitting, reading, and drinking a good cup of coffee. Finley wants to share their joy of reading with the world by reviewing books whether old or available for pre-order. They hope that they can share the best parts of the magical worlds contained within the books, providing you with an endless list of adventures to sate your reading appetite.

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