Real Sisters Pretend
Tilbury House Publishers
Family Relationships; LGBTQ (Gender and Sexuality); Adoption; Homosexuality; same-sex parents; stepsisters
As they play, Mia and Tayja confirm that there's one thing they don't have to pretend: They know in their hearts that they're real sisters, even though others don't always recognize this since they're adopted and don't look alike. Safe in the knowledge that adoption has made them "forever family," the sisters end their make-believe journey with a joyful homecoming to a real home with their two moms.
Lambert, Megan Dowd, "Real Sisters Pretend" (2016). DIVerse Families. 179.