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Postcards From Buster: Buster's Sugartime (L2) (2006)

by Marc Brown

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From Amazon: When his father takes him to visit Vermont, Buster sends postcards to his friends back home telling them what he is learning about maple syrup and the "mud season.

From Wikipedia: In January 2005 Margaret Spellings, United States Secretary of Education, criticized the show for exploring same-sex marriage. Episode #33, "Sugartime!", which features Buster visiting Hinesburg, Vermont to learn about the production of maple sugar, includes Buster meeting several children who have lesbian parents. Vermont was one of the first states to legalize civil unions for same-sex couples. In the episode, the word lesbian or homosexual is never said, and the episode — like all Postcards episodes — has no sexual content. Buster meets the children and comments, "Boy, that's a lot of moms!"; one girl mentions her "mom and stepmom," adding that she loves her stepmother very much, and no other comments are made about the couple.
  rschwed | Oct 5, 2013 |
Buster’s Sugartime by Marc Brown is the story of Buster the rabbit and his trip to Vermont. Buster records his adventures in learning about maple syrup and mud season in Vermont through dialogue and also by writing post cards back home to his friends. The story ends with spring approaching and Buster’s post card inviting everyone to visit him. The book is written on third grade level.
  earobinson | Nov 2, 2009 |
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When his father takes him to visit Vermont, Buster sends postcards to his friends back home telling them what he is learning about maple syrup and the "mud season. Buster stays with a lesbian family wile in Vermont
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