Prince & the Frog Book by Olly Pike
Intended for young readers (reading ages 3-7 years), The Prince and the Frog is a story to help children learn about same-sex relationships with a take on a classic fairytale.
Prince & the Frog Synopsis
One day, Oskar and his sister Caroline meet a prince who was turned into a frog by an evil wizard. Only true love's kiss can break the spell - both Caroline and Oskar want to help, but which of them will be the frog prince's true love?
This brightly illustrated take on a classic fairytale teaches children about same-sex relationships and attraction. Exploring what it means to be in a healthy, loving relationship, it encourages children to listen to others, be kind, and embrace diversity and equality. Ideal for children aged 3-7.
About the Author
Olly Pike is the founder of Pop'n'Olly which is an LGBTQ+ equality educational resource used by children, parents, carers and teachers. The videos and books created are used in primary schools across the UK, and beyond, to teach about equality, diversity and acceptance. It 'usualises' different types of people, particularly those who may be LGBTQ+, and ultimately aims to combat homo-, bi- and transphobia before it can even begin.
|Reading Age||3-6 Years|