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A Mother for Choco (Paperstar) Paperback – March 19, 1996
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As toddlers they LOVE this book. My daughter is only two but seems to understand that Choco is adopted like her. She turns and gives me kisses as I read the story so now we both think of it as our favorite book to read before bedtime.
I think all adoptive parents should have this book to read to their young child! It is wonderful!!!
about the important 'stuff' about adoption. This really tells it
all in a way that any child, and adult, can't fail to understand.
Choco searches for her mother, assuming that someone who looks
like Choco might be the one. Instead, just when he/she has given
up, she finds someone who knows what counts, and is happy to
bring Choco home. There's a little surprise at the end. I think
it's perfect for any adoptive family, especially a blended one.
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Very cute story line about a bird that is looking for his mother. Would recommend for anyone that has adopted.Published 2 days ago by Jenny W
I use this in my therapy office and the children love the book!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
We love this book and cannot wait to read this to our boys (whom we adopted) for years to come.Published 2 months ago by mia.wisner
This is a perfect book to start a conversation about what makes a family really a family. It is exactly what I was looking for to read to my 6yo adopted son who is starting to be... Read morePublished 3 months ago by K. Petersen
Very sweet story. Great for families who have adopted, but also good just to teach babies about a mother's love.Published 3 months ago by Sara