Two children-one with blue dads, one from a more traditional family-compare notes in this light hearted book about parents who are different. In the end, of course, they discover that blue dads aren't really that different from other dads. Except for one thing.
Responding to his friend's questions, Lou talks about all the things he does with his two blue dads: "Of course blue dads work!/ And they play and they laugh./ They do all of those things,' said Lou./ `Did you think that they simply/ would stop being dads,/. Just because they are blue?'"