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Gill Pittar
1.   Milly, Molly and Different Dads
Gill Pittar (Author), Cris Morrell (Illustrator)
The children of Ms. Blythe's class take turns describing their fathers. Elizabeth has two dads, Harry's dad is in the army, Meg's dad is blind and George has Uncle Stan instead of a dad. Sophie contributes that her dad is deaf. The teacher explains to the class that all dads and families are different.
[Grade Level: K - 2]
2.   Milly, Molly and Special Friends
Gill Pittar (Author), Cris Morrell (Illustrator)
Milly and Molly and special friends happily share their feelings, lying in the long grass on a summer day, a sincere tale of friendship and acceptance.
[Grade Level: Pre-K - 2]
3.   Milly, Molly, and Alf
Gill Pittar (Author), Cris Morrell (Illustrator)
Alf is a new boy in Milly's and Molly's class, and although he is different from the other children, Milly and Molly take "an immediate liking" to him.
[Grade Level: Pre-K - 3]
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