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The story is adorable, but the illustrations are really beautiful.
I got the feeling from this book that the author is looking at the mother askance and trying to figure how she could parent a child born in the US.
Also, I would not suggest introducing this book to kids BEFORE they have issues with feeling different about ethnicity.
I liked that it rhymed and was short. Good for children and to be read in free time in grade schools.Published 4 months ago by Jean
I think this would be a good read for any child, but I found it interesting as well. Nice read.Published 5 months ago by BK Reader
I love all her books. I have to say living in Florida you get a people from all around the world. I wanted to let my kids know that that people come from around the world and are... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mr and Mrs Michael Alexander
"I'm confused" is a sentiment many children will be relaying when asked how they like this book.
The art draws you into every page, makes you ask questions and fills... Read more
My wife, my children's mother, grew up in another country so I ordered this book based on the idea that my 6 year old would see herself in its pages. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Glenn R. Howes
This charming picture book is an enthusiastic celebration of the still somewhat uncommon experience of having a migratory mom, a foreign born mother, but an all American father. Read morePublished 10 months ago by fredtownward
My Mom Is a Foreigner, But Not to Me is a book that obviously has good intentions but just didn't work. Read morePublished 10 months ago by S. Power
As usual, I'll start with the illustrations. The illustrations in this book are colorful and detailed, full of various cultural references. Read morePublished 10 months ago by OutlawPoet
I'm kind of torn with this book. I was aware of the controversy surrounding it, but, overall, I still saw a sweet shout-out to foreign moms. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Bluerose's Heart