Published by little bee books
Summary: Grandad and Milly from Grandad’s Camper are back for another summer visit. When Milly discovers Grandad’s old Pride flag in the attic, she gets to hear some reminiscences about how Grandad and the late Gramps traveled around the country in their camper, marching with groups that were calling for equality and respect and making new friends in the process. When Grandad claims that his partying days are over, Milly convinces him to organize a Pride celebration in his village. Before long, everyone is getting into the spirit, hanging flags and other decorations, creating book displays, and baking rainbow cakes. On the big day, Grandad surprises Milly by leading the parade in the camper. A sudden rainstorm fails to put a damper on the festivities, and the resultant rainbow makes Grandad think Gramps is with them in some way. 32 pages; ages 4-8.
Pros: This upbeat story with its rainbow-hued illustrations makes a perfect addition to any Pride book list.
Cons: Having a character say that each color of the Pride flag has a special meaning with no back matter to explain.