|Item type||Shelving Location||Collection||Call Number||Copy||Status||Date Due|
|Reference||Main Room||Locked area, see librarian||T 2001 S622y||c.01||Not for loan (Use in Library Only)|
|14 day materials||Main Room||Theses||T 2001 S622y||c.02||Available|
Thesis (M.S. Ed.) -- Bank Street College of Education, New York, 2001.
Bibliography : leaves 93-102.
Contains a story about a 3rd grade girl, Molly, who has just moved from the city to the country. She is apprehensive about meeting new friends, worried they won't accept her because she has two mothers. Although unfamiliar with lesbian-headed families, the neighboring children are willing to learn about Molly's family and make room for her in their circle of friends. Thesis discusses the developmental capacities and needs of children in their middle years, with a focus on securing peer acceptance. Surveys others children's books with similiar themes.
Copy 1 in B.S.
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