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La víspera de Orgullo

Illustrated by Juana Medina
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$17.99 US
9.87"W x 11"H x 0.4"D   | 16 oz | 25 per carton
On sale May 03, 2022 | 32 Pages | 978-1-5362-2362-0
Age 4-8 years | Preschool - 3
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A glittering celebration of queer families puts Pride gently in perspective—honoring those in the LBGTQ+ community who fought against injustice and inequality.

Es la víspera de Orgullo y muchas familias se están preparando para participar. Mientras una familia en particular empaca bocadillos y hace cartelones, une hermane mayor comparte la importancia de la marcha con el miembro más nuevo de su familia. Sentada en el sofá con una mamá a cada lado, la familia habla sobre el significado del Orgullo. Es un día lleno de brillo, arcoíris y amor, pero también honra a aquella gente de la comunidad LGBTQ+ que luchó contra la injusticia y la desigualdad. Todes están de acuerdo en que lo mejor del Orgullo es mostrar quien realmente eres.

Joanna McClintick y Juana Medina crean un nuevo clásico que rinde homenaje a la belleza de un amor inclusivo y el poder de nuestra propia identidad.


This joyful picture-book homage to a day of community and inclusion—and to the joys of anticipation—is also a comprehensive history. With bright, buoyant illustrations and lyrical, age-appropriate rhyme modeled on “’Twas the Night Before Christmas,” it tackles difficult content such as the Stonewall Riots and the AIDS marches. On the night before Pride, families everywhere are preparing to partake. As one family packs snacks and makes signs, an older sibling shares the importance of the march with the newest member of the family. Reflecting on the day, the siblings agree that the best thing about Pride is getting to be yourself. Debut author Joanna McClintick and Pura Belpré Award–winning author-illustrator Juana Medina create a new classic that pays homage to the beauty of families of all compositions—and of all-inclusive love.
  • SELECTION | 2022
    Chicago Public Library Best Books
Joanna McClintick is a debut children's book author and a licensed social worker at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center in Manhattan. When she was dreaming about building her family, she wrote this poem to honor Pride's history of resistance and imagined sharing it with her future child one day. It has become a tradition to read it at their annual brunch the day before the Pride March with family and friends. Joanna McClintick lives with her wife and child in Brooklyn.

Juana Medina is the author-illustrator of Juana & Lucas, which won the 2017 Pura Belpré Author Award; Juana & Lucas: Big Problemas; Juana & Lucas: Muchos Changes; and many other titles and has illustrated numerous picture books, including Smick! by Doreen Cronin and I’m a Baked Potato! by Elise Primavera. Born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia, Juana Medina now lives with her family in the Washington, DC, area.

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A glittering celebration of queer families puts Pride gently in perspective—honoring those in the LBGTQ+ community who fought against injustice and inequality.

Es la víspera de Orgullo y muchas familias se están preparando para participar. Mientras una familia en particular empaca bocadillos y hace cartelones, une hermane mayor comparte la importancia de la marcha con el miembro más nuevo de su familia. Sentada en el sofá con una mamá a cada lado, la familia habla sobre el significado del Orgullo. Es un día lleno de brillo, arcoíris y amor, pero también honra a aquella gente de la comunidad LGBTQ+ que luchó contra la injusticia y la desigualdad. Todes están de acuerdo en que lo mejor del Orgullo es mostrar quien realmente eres.

Joanna McClintick y Juana Medina crean un nuevo clásico que rinde homenaje a la belleza de un amor inclusivo y el poder de nuestra propia identidad.


This joyful picture-book homage to a day of community and inclusion—and to the joys of anticipation—is also a comprehensive history. With bright, buoyant illustrations and lyrical, age-appropriate rhyme modeled on “’Twas the Night Before Christmas,” it tackles difficult content such as the Stonewall Riots and the AIDS marches. On the night before Pride, families everywhere are preparing to partake. As one family packs snacks and makes signs, an older sibling shares the importance of the march with the newest member of the family. Reflecting on the day, the siblings agree that the best thing about Pride is getting to be yourself. Debut author Joanna McClintick and Pura Belpré Award–winning author-illustrator Juana Medina create a new classic that pays homage to the beauty of families of all compositions—and of all-inclusive love.

Awards

  • SELECTION | 2022
    Chicago Public Library Best Books

Author

Joanna McClintick is a debut children's book author and a licensed social worker at the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center in Manhattan. When she was dreaming about building her family, she wrote this poem to honor Pride's history of resistance and imagined sharing it with her future child one day. It has become a tradition to read it at their annual brunch the day before the Pride March with family and friends. Joanna McClintick lives with her wife and child in Brooklyn.

Juana Medina is the author-illustrator of Juana & Lucas, which won the 2017 Pura Belpré Author Award; Juana & Lucas: Big Problemas; Juana & Lucas: Muchos Changes; and many other titles and has illustrated numerous picture books, including Smick! by Doreen Cronin and I’m a Baked Potato! by Elise Primavera. Born and raised in Bogotá, Colombia, Juana Medina now lives with her family in the Washington, DC, area.

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