Item description for My Adopted Child, There's No One Like You (Birth Order Books) by Kevin Leman...
Overview When Panda has to make a family tree for school, his mother explains how he came to be adopted, and how very special that makes him.
Publishers Description Every child is special. And every child deserves to be recognized for what makes him or her unique. Now birth order guru, Dr. Kevin Leman, and his artist son, Kevin Leman II, offer parents the perfect way to tell their adopted child just how wonderful he or she is. A read-to-me children's picture book, My Adopted Child, There's No One Like You conveys love, acceptance, and a sense of individuality to adopted children. The combination of Dr. Kevin Leman's trademark humor and his talented son's artwork makes this book a wonderful gift.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.28" Width: 8.4" Height: 0.34" Weight: 0.59 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2007
Publisher Baker Publishing Group
ISBN 0800718895 ISBN13 9780800718893
Availability 0 units.
More About Kevin Leman
Dr. Kevin Leman is an internationally known psychologist, humorist, and bestselling author. He is former consulting psychologist for Good Morning America and frequent guest for The View, Today, and Focus on the Family. He and his wife, Sande, live in Tucson, Arizona. They have five children and two grandchildren.
Kevin Leman currently resides in Tuscon, in the state of Arizona.
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Reviews - What do customers think about My Adopted Child, There's No One Like You (Birth Order Books)?
Love this book! Jun 6, 2009
I read this to my 5 year. She loves it. It is a loving and sweet way to talk about how our family came to be. Some readers do not like the title. Our daughter is our daughter first. She is also an adopted child, and that will alway be our story.
adoption realities Dec 8, 2008
this book faces the reality of what adopted children live through, transracial or not. All needing to find their sense of belonging and identity. Speaks of how special and loving adoption is.
Please do not label children who were adopted Sep 13, 2008
"My Adopted Child?" This is 2008. Since when do we label children who were adopted? They are "children who were adopted," not "an adopted child." Adoption is a verb, not a noun in my opinion. I would never call a biological child "my genetically similar child." Just the title alone is in poor judgement.
Great Adoption Book Jan 7, 2008
I think the story is well written and well put. The perfect adoption story book!
Great book! Jan 7, 2008
This is a great book about adoption! However, I would recommend it for ages 5 and up.