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My Two Moms by Zach Wahls

My Two Moms

My Two Moms by Zach Wahls
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Apr 02, 2013 | 256 Pages
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Praise

“This is a wonderful book. You will love it, you will weep at times. It is an incredible demonstration of the power of real values."
Jon Stewart, host of The Daily Show

“He lit up the Internet when he delivered a passionate plea to the Iowa House of Representatives in support of gay marriage. Take a look at him… a hero.”
Ellen DeGeneres, host of Ellen

“He takes on every argument against marriage equality and calmly topples them.My Two Moms augurs Zach Wahls’ inevitable career in politics. America will be the better for it.”
Chronogram

“Wahls has a fresh voice.”
Publishers Weekly

“Wahls writes an inspirational book about the power of family and love, no matter what form it takes. If this kid is any indication of future generations…we are in very good hands.”
Modern Tonic

“His story is probably one of the most convincing arguments for why gay and lesbian families matter. The movement is lucky to have Wahls – who’s both smart and sensitive – as one of its newest role models.”
Philadelphia Magazine’s “G Philly” Blog

“This is a wonderful book. You will love it, you will weep at times. It is an incredible demonstration of the power of real values." — Jon Stewart, during an interview on The Daily Show

“He lit up the Internet when he delivered a passionate plea to the Iowa House of Representatives in support of gay marriage. Take a look at him… a hero.” — Ellen DeGeneres, host of Ellen

“He takes on every argument against marriage equality and calmly topples them.My Two Moms augurs Zach Wahls’ inevitable career in politics. America will be the better for it.” — Chronogram

“Wahls has a fresh voice.” — Publishers Weekly

“Wahls writes an inspirational book about the power of family and love, no matter what form it takes. If this kid is any indication of future generations…we are in very good hands.” — Modern Tonic

“His story is probably one of the most convincing arguments for why gay and lesbian families matter. The movement is lucky to have Wahls – who’s both smart and sensitive – as one of its newest role models.” — Philadelphia Magazine’s “G Philly” Blog

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