6 edition of Jenny lives with Eric and Martin found in the catalog.
Translation of: Mette bor hos Morten og Erik.
|Statement||by Susanne Bösche with photos by Andreas ; translated from the Danish by Louis Mackay.|
|Contributions||Hansen, Andreas, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.B6484994 Je 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||91152855|
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In , the book Jenny Lives With Eric & Martin, by Danish author Susanne Bosche, was published in England. The book was intended for primary school children and told the story of Jenny, a little girl who lived with her father and his male lover. Originally published in Denmark, Jenny Lives with Eric and Martin, written by Susanne Bosche and translated from Danish by Louis Mackay, was published by London's Gay Men’s Press in The wordy text, printed in green font, is accompanied by realistic photos of two men and their daughter, Jenny. Jenny’s biological mother lives near the.
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Jenny Lives with Eric and Martin book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Jenny is a 5-year-old girl who lives in Denmark with her /5. 'Kenny lives with Erica and Martina' is an original story by Olly Pike, and is inspired by the book 'Jenny lives with Eric and Martin' by the Danish author Susanne Bösche.
Olly's book tells the story of Kenny whose grey world soon becomes a lot more colourful with the arrival of some new neighbours. Jenny Lives with Eric and Martin by Susanne Bosche () was notorious.
Local Governments were also banned in from promoting a homosexual lifestyle and ‘the acceptability of homosexual relationships as a pretended family relationship’ (the notorious section 28).
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When originally published "Jenny lives with Eric and Martin" opened children's minds up to a once taboo topic in a refreshing way at a time when people did not discuss homosexuality with their children. I vaguely remember when this book was originally published in the mid s and was surrounded with the inevitable negative press coverage Reviews: 4.
The other book was 'Jenny Lives With Eric and Martin' was a Danish work designed to introduce young children to the notion that they could live in. One of the original sources of complaint was the book Jenny Lives with Eric and Martin, a storybook for children by the Danish author, Susanne Bösche, which was first published in English in by Gay Men’s Press.
The author’s intention was to give children knowledge about different types of family relationships and she seemed stunned by. Jenny Lives With Eric and Martin, which depicts the domestic life of Jenny, her father and his male partner, was published in Denmark in Two years later, a British edition appeared.
Its photographic illustrations show Jenny holding a tea party for her mother, mending a bicycle with her father, and climbing into bed with Eric and Martin. The council had copies of Jenny Lives with Eric and Martin available in the borough’s libraries and at the Inner London Education Authority (ILEA) managed Isledon Teacher’s Centre.
Alongside fellow councils and the ILEA, Islington Council refused to remove the book, sparking the controversy which resulted in Section Jenny lives with Eric and Martin For today’s episode we go back to the UK in the ’s, where politicians brandished a children’s book as proof that school pupils were being indoctrinated into homosexuality and induced a moral outrage.
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When originally published "Jenny lives with Eric and Martin" opened children's minds up to a once taboo topic in a refreshing way at a time when people did not discuss homosexuality with their children. I vaguely remember when this book was originally published in the mid s and was surrounded with the inevitable negative press coverage 5/5(3).
'Jenny Lives with Eric and Martin' was a children's picture book that showed two gay men bringing up a small girl. When a copy was found in a teachers' resource centre init.
Ginsberg also pointed to the UK tabloid press campaign in against a book about a child with two fathers, Jenny Lives With Eric and Martin. “It’s particularly true in the US. Section 28 responded to a wave of revulsion about school libraries stocking such books as Jenny lives with Eric and Martin.
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Society and welfare. Jenny Lives with Eric and Martin by Bosche, Susanne at - ISBN - ISBN - Gay Men's Press - - Softcover. The book that launched Clause 28 Jenny Lives with Eric and Martin, a children's book about a little girl who lives with a homosexual couple, upset so many people that the law was changed Capital, The Interpretation of Dreams, Finnegans Wake: it happens often enough that a book makes an impact out of all proportion to the number of people who.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number.This book is great and its fun to read as well. It tells the story of a little girl called Jenny and her two fathers.
They live in Denmark, have regular contact with Jenny's mother who helps Jenny and her father Martin prepare a surprise birthday party for Eric.Get this from a library!
Jenny lives with Eric and Martin. [Susanne Bösche; Andreas Hansen] -- Jenny is a 5-year-old girl who lives in Denmark with her father and his lover. This photobook tells of a weekend in their lives, shopping, laundry, cooking, playing, a birthday party, and a friendly.