Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag

Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag

The very first picture book about the remarkable and inspiring story of the Gay Pride Flag! In this deeply moving and empowering true story, young readers will trace the life of the Gay Pride Flag, from its beginnings in 1978 with social activist Harvey Milk and designer Gilbert Baker to its spanning of the globe and its role in today?s world. Award-winning author Rob Sande The very first picture book about the remarkable and inspiring story of the Gay Pride Flag! In this deeply movin...

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Title:Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag
Author:Rob Sanders
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Genres:Childrens
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:40 pages pages

Pride: The Story of Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag Reviews

  • Lindsey
    May 07, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

  • Molly
    May 26, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

    Pride and hope take center stage in this picture book focusing on LGBTQ activist Harvey Milk and how the rainbow flag became a symbol for those things. It traces how the latter has evolved from Gilbert Baker's original concept to its current incarnation. How I wish it would have mentio...

    This picture book tells the story of Harvey Milk and the creation of the rainbow flag as a symbol of gay pride. It is very informative and explains things in a manner that children can understand. The illustrations that accompany the text are vibrant and beautiful. This is a great addi...

  • Alida
    Apr 18, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

  • Enriquez
    Apr 12, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

  • Barbara
    Apr 25, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

  • Josh
    May 13, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

  • Read  Ribbet
    Apr 26, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

    Pride and hope take center stage in this picture book focusing on LGBTQ activist Harvey Milk and how the rainbow flag became a symbol for those things. It traces how the latter has evolved from Gilbert Baker's original concept to its current incarnation. How I wish it would have mentio...

    This picture book tells the story of Harvey Milk and the creation of the rainbow flag as a symbol of gay pride. It is very informative and explains things in a manner that children can understand. The illustrations that accompany the text are vibrant and beautiful. This is a great addi...

    This story gives a brief history of the Pride Flag and the people who created the idea and made it reality! It's a good story. If children are exposed to these stories, in this way, at a young age; I think there will be more acceptance when they are older. The negative comment I have i...

    4 stars because I think this book and content are so needed and important. I wanted more though, as it feels very surface level. By being surface level, however, I suppose it creates a space that is more accessible to a wider audience. (I completely disagree with those who feel the con...

    This latest addition to the great genre of picture book biography focuses on the life and death of Harvey Milk with a special focus on how the Rainbow Flag came to symbolize the movement. The book advocates for hope and tolerance in telling the story of this man and hi role in creating...

  • Ken French
    May 22, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

  • Angie
    May 10, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

  • Melodie
    May 09, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

  • Joan
    May 15, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

  • Emily
    Apr 12, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

  • Emily
    May 07, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

  • Earl
    Apr 09, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

    Pride and hope take center stage in this picture book focusing on LGBTQ activist Harvey Milk and how the rainbow flag became a symbol for those things. It traces how the latter has evolved from Gilbert Baker's original concept to its current incarnation. How I wish it would have mentio...

  • KC
    Apr 23, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

  • Ryan M. Hanna
    Apr 21, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

    Pride and hope take center stage in this picture book focusing on LGBTQ activist Harvey Milk and how the rainbow flag became a symbol for those things. It traces how the latter has evolved from Gilbert Baker's original concept to its current incarnation. How I wish it would have mentio...

    This picture book tells the story of Harvey Milk and the creation of the rainbow flag as a symbol of gay pride. It is very informative and explains things in a manner that children can understand. The illustrations that accompany the text are vibrant and beautiful. This is a great addi...

    This story gives a brief history of the Pride Flag and the people who created the idea and made it reality! It's a good story. If children are exposed to these stories, in this way, at a young age; I think there will be more acceptance when they are older. The negative comment I have i...

    4 stars because I think this book and content are so needed and important. I wanted more though, as it feels very surface level. By being surface level, however, I suppose it creates a space that is more accessible to a wider audience. (I completely disagree with those who feel the con...

    This latest addition to the great genre of picture book biography focuses on the life and death of Harvey Milk with a special focus on how the Rainbow Flag came to symbolize the movement. The book advocates for hope and tolerance in telling the story of this man and hi role in creating...

    I thought this was a very appropriate and informative book for children about Harvey Milk and the rainbow flag. I think it provides the right amount of information at the right level for elementary school children. It is a great addition to a library collection. Great artwork. ...

    whereas i was familiar with harvey milk and his activism/political career, i did not know about the person who actually designed and sewed the rainbow flag. this book introduced me to that information, which i knew very little about. i appreciate it for that. ...

    The illustrations are fantastic and the story is told in a relate-able and kid-friendly way. The focus is definitely more on the flag and gay rights than on Harvey as a person. So it left me wanting to learn more about him. ...

    This is the true story of how the Rainbow Flag got its start. The colorful story is wonderfully illustrated with color paintings. Readers will learn how the Rainbow Flag got its start and what it symbolized. ...

    This was a beautiful book. I did not realize the lives of Harvey Milk and the creator of the rainbow/pride flag (Gilbert Baker) were so connected. This is an outstanding book for young people to learn about one of the most prominent symbols for equality and the heroic life of Harvey Mi...

  • Erin
    May 14, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

    Pride and hope take center stage in this picture book focusing on LGBTQ activist Harvey Milk and how the rainbow flag became a symbol for those things. It traces how the latter has evolved from Gilbert Baker's original concept to its current incarnation. How I wish it would have mentio...

    This picture book tells the story of Harvey Milk and the creation of the rainbow flag as a symbol of gay pride. It is very informative and explains things in a manner that children can understand. The illustrations that accompany the text are vibrant and beautiful. This is a great addi...

    This story gives a brief history of the Pride Flag and the people who created the idea and made it reality! It's a good story. If children are exposed to these stories, in this way, at a young age; I think there will be more acceptance when they are older. The negative comment I have i...

    4 stars because I think this book and content are so needed and important. I wanted more though, as it feels very surface level. By being surface level, however, I suppose it creates a space that is more accessible to a wider audience. (I completely disagree with those who feel the con...

    This latest addition to the great genre of picture book biography focuses on the life and death of Harvey Milk with a special focus on how the Rainbow Flag came to symbolize the movement. The book advocates for hope and tolerance in telling the story of this man and hi role in creating...

    I thought this was a very appropriate and informative book for children about Harvey Milk and the rainbow flag. I think it provides the right amount of information at the right level for elementary school children. It is a great addition to a library collection. Great artwork. ...

    whereas i was familiar with harvey milk and his activism/political career, i did not know about the person who actually designed and sewed the rainbow flag. this book introduced me to that information, which i knew very little about. i appreciate it for that. ...

    The illustrations are fantastic and the story is told in a relate-able and kid-friendly way. The focus is definitely more on the flag and gay rights than on Harvey as a person. So it left me wanting to learn more about him. ...

  • Aliza Werner
    Apr 21, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

  • Cassaundra
    Apr 30, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

    Pride and hope take center stage in this picture book focusing on LGBTQ activist Harvey Milk and how the rainbow flag became a symbol for those things. It traces how the latter has evolved from Gilbert Baker's original concept to its current incarnation. How I wish it would have mentio...

    This picture book tells the story of Harvey Milk and the creation of the rainbow flag as a symbol of gay pride. It is very informative and explains things in a manner that children can understand. The illustrations that accompany the text are vibrant and beautiful. This is a great addi...

    This story gives a brief history of the Pride Flag and the people who created the idea and made it reality! It's a good story. If children are exposed to these stories, in this way, at a young age; I think there will be more acceptance when they are older. The negative comment I have i...

  • Stephanie Tournas
    May 03, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

  • Jenny Yergin
    Apr 30, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

    Pride and hope take center stage in this picture book focusing on LGBTQ activist Harvey Milk and how the rainbow flag became a symbol for those things. It traces how the latter has evolved from Gilbert Baker's original concept to its current incarnation. How I wish it would have mentio...

    This picture book tells the story of Harvey Milk and the creation of the rainbow flag as a symbol of gay pride. It is very informative and explains things in a manner that children can understand. The illustrations that accompany the text are vibrant and beautiful. This is a great addi...

    This story gives a brief history of the Pride Flag and the people who created the idea and made it reality! It's a good story. If children are exposed to these stories, in this way, at a young age; I think there will be more acceptance when they are older. The negative comment I have i...

    4 stars because I think this book and content are so needed and important. I wanted more though, as it feels very surface level. By being surface level, however, I suppose it creates a space that is more accessible to a wider audience. (I completely disagree with those who feel the con...

    This latest addition to the great genre of picture book biography focuses on the life and death of Harvey Milk with a special focus on how the Rainbow Flag came to symbolize the movement. The book advocates for hope and tolerance in telling the story of this man and hi role in creating...

    I thought this was a very appropriate and informative book for children about Harvey Milk and the rainbow flag. I think it provides the right amount of information at the right level for elementary school children. It is a great addition to a library collection. Great artwork. ...

  • Maggie Mattmiller
    Apr 14, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

    Pride and hope take center stage in this picture book focusing on LGBTQ activist Harvey Milk and how the rainbow flag became a symbol for those things. It traces how the latter has evolved from Gilbert Baker's original concept to its current incarnation. How I wish it would have mentio...

    This picture book tells the story of Harvey Milk and the creation of the rainbow flag as a symbol of gay pride. It is very informative and explains things in a manner that children can understand. The illustrations that accompany the text are vibrant and beautiful. This is a great addi...

    This story gives a brief history of the Pride Flag and the people who created the idea and made it reality! It's a good story. If children are exposed to these stories, in this way, at a young age; I think there will be more acceptance when they are older. The negative comment I have i...

    4 stars because I think this book and content are so needed and important. I wanted more though, as it feels very surface level. By being surface level, however, I suppose it creates a space that is more accessible to a wider audience. (I completely disagree with those who feel the con...

  • Ireadkidsbooks
    Feb 25, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

  • Christine Irvin
    Apr 23, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

    Pride and hope take center stage in this picture book focusing on LGBTQ activist Harvey Milk and how the rainbow flag became a symbol for those things. It traces how the latter has evolved from Gilbert Baker's original concept to its current incarnation. How I wish it would have mentio...

    This picture book tells the story of Harvey Milk and the creation of the rainbow flag as a symbol of gay pride. It is very informative and explains things in a manner that children can understand. The illustrations that accompany the text are vibrant and beautiful. This is a great addi...

    This story gives a brief history of the Pride Flag and the people who created the idea and made it reality! It's a good story. If children are exposed to these stories, in this way, at a young age; I think there will be more acceptance when they are older. The negative comment I have i...

    4 stars because I think this book and content are so needed and important. I wanted more though, as it feels very surface level. By being surface level, however, I suppose it creates a space that is more accessible to a wider audience. (I completely disagree with those who feel the con...

    This latest addition to the great genre of picture book biography focuses on the life and death of Harvey Milk with a special focus on how the Rainbow Flag came to symbolize the movement. The book advocates for hope and tolerance in telling the story of this man and hi role in creating...

    I thought this was a very appropriate and informative book for children about Harvey Milk and the rainbow flag. I think it provides the right amount of information at the right level for elementary school children. It is a great addition to a library collection. Great artwork. ...

    whereas i was familiar with harvey milk and his activism/political career, i did not know about the person who actually designed and sewed the rainbow flag. this book introduced me to that information, which i knew very little about. i appreciate it for that. ...

    The illustrations are fantastic and the story is told in a relate-able and kid-friendly way. The focus is definitely more on the flag and gay rights than on Harvey as a person. So it left me wanting to learn more about him. ...

    This is the true story of how the Rainbow Flag got its start. The colorful story is wonderfully illustrated with color paintings. Readers will learn how the Rainbow Flag got its start and what it symbolized. ...

  • Tonya
    Apr 12, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

  • Kyra Nay
    May 11, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

  • Katy
    Mar 05, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

  • WriteTheVision
    May 04, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...

    I have a few minor issues with some artistic choices in this. Overall I liked the story and the art, however. ...

    It's such an amazing thing to walk into a bookstore and see a children's book like this in existence. When I was growing up, a book of this type would never have been sold. It would never have even got to the point of publication because too many would have been afraid to let this mess...

    This is a clear and attractive picture book biography of the first openly gay elected official in the U.S. It focuses on his idea to create a flag for the LGBTQ+ movement, and explains how the flag helped galvanize the movement when it debuted at the Gay Pride March of June 1978. Milk'...

    The illustrations are exquisite, the history is imperative, the diversity is divine, and the narrative is terrific. There is only one thing I might change. There?s a page displaying the White House all lit up in rainbow colors, and I *very* much wanted the following page to say: ?T...

    Pride and hope take center stage in this picture book focusing on LGBTQ activist Harvey Milk and how the rainbow flag became a symbol for those things. It traces how the latter has evolved from Gilbert Baker's original concept to its current incarnation. How I wish it would have mentio...

    This picture book tells the story of Harvey Milk and the creation of the rainbow flag as a symbol of gay pride. It is very informative and explains things in a manner that children can understand. The illustrations that accompany the text are vibrant and beautiful. This is a great addi...

    This story gives a brief history of the Pride Flag and the people who created the idea and made it reality! It's a good story. If children are exposed to these stories, in this way, at a young age; I think there will be more acceptance when they are older. The negative comment I have i...

    4 stars because I think this book and content are so needed and important. I wanted more though, as it feels very surface level. By being surface level, however, I suppose it creates a space that is more accessible to a wider audience. (I completely disagree with those who feel the con...

    This latest addition to the great genre of picture book biography focuses on the life and death of Harvey Milk with a special focus on how the Rainbow Flag came to symbolize the movement. The book advocates for hope and tolerance in telling the story of this man and hi role in creating...

    I thought this was a very appropriate and informative book for children about Harvey Milk and the rainbow flag. I think it provides the right amount of information at the right level for elementary school children. It is a great addition to a library collection. Great artwork. ...

    whereas i was familiar with harvey milk and his activism/political career, i did not know about the person who actually designed and sewed the rainbow flag. this book introduced me to that information, which i knew very little about. i appreciate it for that. ...

  • Amber Webb
    Dec 28, 2017

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

  • MR
    Apr 13, 2018

    For all those neigh sayers regarding the content of this book and not being appropriate for elementary age children...what better time to start teaching empathy, kindness, acceptance, understanding, and most importantly HUMAN RIGHTS than when one is young?!?!? ...

    Pride was a well written nonfiction picture book that will make an excellent addition to any level classroom library. The text and story are simple enough for even the youngest learners to follow and the story has opportunities for in depth discussions with older learners. This would b...

    While a more in depth biography of Harvey Milk is needed, this PB, focusing on the story behind the rainbow flag, which is representative of the LGBTQ community and movement for equal rights, is important to tell. No doubt there will be adults who wonder if this topic is "appropriate" ...

    This was recommended somewhere but I cannot recall where or who. Speak up so I can credit you or forever hold your peace.... This is a book that will fill a gap in juvenile collections. We always need new biographies at the lower grade levels. This will help with that need. It also w...

    3.5 for this one. As another reviewer noted, this picture book doesn't really do justice to Harvey Milk who deserves a more substantial treatment in a future biography. But it does provide the background to the creation of the rainbow-hued Gay Pride Flag and the hope that it instills. ...

    Superficial both regarding Milk (about whom a good picture book biography is desperately needed) and the flag. ...

    This is a beautiful, kid-friendly biography about activist Harvey Milk and the Rainbow Flag he created with Gilbert Baker. It does mention that he was assassinated ("Their lives were taken by a man who did not think like Harvey, or feel like him, or love like him.") but it does not go ...

    While I very much understand the value of imparting this history, this book is listed as being for 5-8 year olds. This is historical info that is beyond their scope at that age. Teaching this age range that some couples are a man and a woman, some are two men, and others are two women ...

    This accessible picture book introduces young readers to gay rights activist and the one of the first openly-gay elected officials in the U.S. Harvey Milk, the Rainbow Flag?s creation by artist Gilbert Baker, and the history of the gay rights movement in America. Sanders captures the...

    Thank you Mr. Sanders and Mr. Salerno. Well done. I'm very glad that libraries are carrying this book and making it available to LGBTQ+ parents and any other person that wishes to advance social justice. So many lives would have been saved if more these books could have been published ...

    Great basic info about Harvey Milk and the origin of the Rainbow Flag. Would have liked to see in the additional information something about the different color's meanings. ...

    I?m so pleased there?s a children?s book about Harvey Milk and his role in creating the Pride flag. Appropriate that I read it on Harvey?s birthday, too. ...

    Such a beautiful book ...

    This is such a breath of fresh air for the biography section. This is a step towards providing children with the ideas and thoughts that create equality and justice for all. ...

    Although this book depicts some historical accuracy, the content is not appropriate for a picture book meant for children. Topics and terms of LGBTQ, assassination, gay, protests, etc are not age appropriate for elementary children. ...

    Although I understand the importance of teaching children about history, hope and equality, the subject matter of this book talks about much more than that. It talks about Gay activism, assassination, LGBT terminology, Gay marriage legislation, and much more adult content than children...