Item description for I Wishedfor You - an Adoption Story by Marianne Richmond...
'I Wished For You', an adoption story, follows a conversation between Barley and his Mama, as they curl up in their favourite cuddle spot and talk about how they became a family.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.84" Width: 10.12" Height: 0.43" Weight: 1.1 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 2008
Publisher Marianne Richmond Studios
ISBN 1934082066 ISBN13 9781934082065 UPC 765448911508
Availability 15 units. Availability accurate as of May 25, 2017 01:38.
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More About Marianne Richmond
Gifted author and illustrator Marianne Richmond has touched the lives of millions over the past decade through her publishing company, Marianne Richmond Studios, Inc. Her uplifting creations are sold nationwide -- from corner gift shops and bookstores to mass merchants and department stores.
Since her start in 1991 with just 20 greeting cards, she has become a recognized creator of numerous award-winning books, hundreds of cards and bright, colorful gift products. Two of her books -- I Wished for You, an adoption story and Fish Kisses and Gorilla Hugs -- are Book of the Year award winners from Creative Child Magazine. Several of her other titles are Mom's Choice Award winners.
What makes Marianne unique are her abilities as both writer and artist. When asked where her ideas come from, she says, "I try to be in tune with people's life circumstances. We all share universal emotions around certain life journeys ... and I think my gift is to capture those through my art and words."
Marianne lives in Minneapolis, MN with her husband, four kids, and their beloved Border Collie, Clay. Favorite things include coffee, exploring with my family, hiking, reading memoirs, sleeping, watching sappy movies, going on vacation, hanging out with girlfriends, eating ice cream after the kids are sleeping, doing art with kids ...
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Reviews - What do customers think about I Wishedfor You - an Adoption Story?
This book is awesome!!! Jun 26, 2008
I love that the focus is positive and truthful. It doesn't ignore the birth mother's role (as other books I've seen) and is age appropriate. It is probably not great for older children, but great for young children!!! We love it!!
The lovely little story of a little bear Mar 5, 2008
Charmingly written and beautifully illustrated picturebook by Marianne Richmond, "I Wished For You" is the lovely little story of a little bear named Barley and his mother who sit in a very nice stuffed chair and talk about how they came to be a family. The simple and engaging text follows the them of adoption and will prove to be an especially nice way for parents to explain adoption and answer the kids of questions that young children have. The ultimate message is that it's not where you were born, but how well you are loved that makes you a member of a family. Also very highly recommended for family and community library collections is Marianne Richmond's companion picturebook, "You Are My Wish Come True" (9781934082256, $15.95). Parents and librarians are encouraged to visit the Marianne Richmond Studies website at www.mariannerichmond.com for a complete list of all her wonderfully engaging, expertly written, and beautifully illustrated titles.
This heartwarming tale celebrates many wonderful aspects of adoption Feb 5, 2008
As an adoptive parent, I live in frightful anticipation of a question that's far more daunting than "Where do babies come from?" Some day my son is going to ask, "Why didn't my birth parents keep me?" But after reading Marianne Richmond's "I Wished for You: An Adoption Story," that question doesn't seem so scary. The author answers this (and more) in an eloquently simple fashion. Her heartwarming tale celebrates many wonderful aspects of adoption, but Richmond focuses her story on the love between mother and child. You needn't be a member of the adoption community to appreciate and enjoy Richmond's story, but adoptive families especially will cherish this beautifully written and illustrated book. I, for one, look forward to reading "I Wished for You" to my son, and I'm certain that it's a story he'll ask to hear again and again.