The book Princess Petra and the Princess Snake - The Hunt for the Baby Doll's Parents is a cute children's book about Princess Petra who one morning finds a lonely baby doll on the sofa. She's sure it's missing her parents, and together with the Princess Snake she goes on a long journey to find them. Along the way in their quest, they meet several different creatures, all teaching the princesses about different ways to become.
Fine narrative, which is aimed at different family structures, where parents the concept extends beyond the general perception of a traditional family. Undoubtedly current for all younger children, who can become wiser about how children come into the world. The book is well suited for reading aloud and contains beautiful and colorful illustrations which can give rise to conversation and explanation of reproduction in nature and in humans.
Author describes it as "The book here is a story of creation, which makes us wiser about dandelion seeds, tadpoles, snake eggs, pregnant stomachs, sperm, eggs, sperm donation and doll factories. Most importantly, the book is about parenthood can be many different things, as long as love exists. present. ”
The story of creation contains a description of an artificial insemination, which is what makes it stand out from so many other children's books. Definitely relevant reading for families who have undergone fertility treatment, as it can initiate good conversations with the child about how they have come into being.
In addition, the book shares a point of view that I myself am a big supporter of and which fortunately is becoming more and more common, namely that parenting is love more than anything else. This is further clarified when Petra and the Princess Battle eventually become the baby doll's parents.
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