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Lucy's Feet

by Stephanie SteinPerspectives Press; $14.00Some Families are Built by Birth and Adoption



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Lucy's Feet is a really good book for adopted kids with brothers and sisters who weren't adopted. Lucy has red hair and freckles, and her Mom, Dad and baby brother all have brown hair. I love this book because it shows that even if you don't look like your Mom and Dad or brothers or sisters, you are still from the same family and your parents still love you. If you get mad and angry about being adopted, your Mom and Dad will still love you no matter what you do. Besides, there will always be ways that you are like your parents (like the girl in the book who picks her toes like her Mom), because even though you didn't grow in your Mom's tummy, you grew in her heart.
Reviewed by Hope Goodrich, age 9, New York.
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