The Princess and the Pony
Racial Diversity; Biracial; Interracial; interracial relationship; mixed race; skin color; biracial child
Princess Pinecone would like a real war horse for her birthday, instead of which she gets a plump, cute pony--but sometimes cuteness can be a kind of weapon, especially in a fight with dodgeballs and spitballs and hairballs and squareballs.
mother and father
Black / White
10 Childrens Books with Black Girl Protagonists, 2016; Amazon Editors' Picks: Best Books of the Year, 2015; Amazon Editors' Picks: Top 20 Children's Books, 2015; Best Bets: Recommended Canadian Reads for Children, 2015; Booklist Top 10 Humorous Novels for Youth, 2016; Distinguished Books, 2015; Globe 100 Guide to the Year's Best Book, 2015; Notable Children's Books, 2016; Publishers Weekly Best Children's Book, 2015; Quill & Quire Books of the Year, 2015; 2X2 Reading List, 2016, None; SEASONAL SHOWCASE Gifts Galore, 2016, None; Summer Reading List, 2016, Nominee; Amelia Frances Howard-Gibbon Illustrator's Award, 2016, Short List; Children's and Teen Choice Book Award, 2016, Winner, Children's Choice Illustrator; Cybils Awards, 2015, Nominee, Fiction Picture Book; E.B. White Read Aloud Award, 2016, Honor Book, Picture Book; Goodreads Choice Award, 2015, Nominee, Picture Book; Kirkus Book Award, 2015, Nominee, Young Reader
ponies; princesses; humorous stories; warriors; dodgeball
Beaton, Kate, "The Princess and the Pony" (2016). DIVerse Families. 797.