And Tango Makes Three
Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Family Relationship; LGBTQ (Gender and Sexuality); Adoption; Homosexuality; adopted child; gay parents
At New York City's Central Park Zoo, two male penguins fall in love and start a family by taking turns sitting on an abandoned egg until it hatches.
Best Children's Books of the Year,2005 Bank Street College of Education; Book Sense Kid's Picks, Fall,2005 American Booksellers Association; Booklist Book Review Stars , May 15,2005 American Library Association; Capitol Choices,2006 The Capitol Choices Committee; Children's Catalog, Nineteenth Edition,2006 H.W. Wilson; Choices,2006 Cooperative Children s Book Center; Gay and Lesbian Themes and Topics in Selected Children's and Young Adult Books,2009 Cooperative Children s Book Center; Kirkus Book Review Stars, June 1,2005; Notable Children's Books,2006 ALSC American Library Association; Notable Social Studies Trade Books for Young People,2006 National Council for the Social Studies NCSS; Publishers Weekly Book Review Stars, May 16,2005 Cahners; School Library Journal Book Review Stars, July,2005 Cahners; Henry Bergh Children's Book Award, 2005 Winner United States; Lambda Literary Award, 2005 Finalist United States; Sheffield Children's Book Award, 2008 Shortlist United Kingdom; Storytelling World Resource Award, 2006 Honor Book United States
zoo animals; penguins; familial behavior in animals
Richardson, Justin and Parnell, Peter, "And Tango Makes Three" (2005). DIVerse Families. 42.