By Rose Lewis; illustrated by Jane Dyer
32 pp. New York: Little, Brown. $14.95.
I like the Chinese baby in the orphanage because she seems like me. I think the baby felt nervous at first when she got adopted, but then she got used to her forever Mommy. The part I like best is when the aunts and uncles give her presents and her mother sings rock-a-bye. I like the drawings too. I think they should make this book in Chinese so the orphanage kids waiting to be adopted can read it and know what their American parents might look like.
By Ying Ying Fry, age 7, San Francisco, California (China).