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Plump, clumsy Lily is miserable in fifth grade where bullies torment her on the playground and in class because she has two mothers.

Across the room Clara sits still as a statue, never volunteering or raising her hand, answering only in whispers with her head down to avoid curious eyes, keeping her family's secret that she has two fathers.

One girl with two out-loud-and proud moms, another with in-the-closet dads. What could go wrong, right?

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Winning with heads not fists

A great read. A young girl learns the secret of overpowering bullies with her wits. This book is for students curious about how to deal with the modern world with love and honor.

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Excellent Audio!

I loved Riding the Rainbow. It's different from what I usually read. It's the story of an eleven year old girl with two Mommies. She is terribly bullied in school. You will have to get past that. It's not easy to hear children repeating what they have heard from their parents. But you will get a happy ending. It's a very moving book and very thought provoking. Narration by Melanie Carey is excellent.