Another great one. The last book appealed to my crunchy mama side, this book appealed to my *cough* liberal side. Great job normalizing a same sex relationship. Of course that is not the focus of the book, nor is there any great debate or social proselytizing about it. This book also helped me to understand a little better how to interact with adults on the spectrum in, again, a non-preachy way to draw attention to an issue. This was a little different than the other books, but still awesome. I could totally see myself feeling like Nell in the same situation and it was a good "gut check" to see that from the other side.