Beginning ""My name is Charles. I am adopted. So is my sister, Sophie,"" and ending ""Adoption means belonging""--Charles...

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I AM ADOPTED

Beginning ""My name is Charles. I am adopted. So is my sister, Sophie,"" and ending ""Adoption means belonging""--Charles fills in with proud and happy announcements about how he has a tractor, can play Granny's piano, helps Mommy cook and works with Daddy on the car, and gets a story every night at bedtime. In keeping with the message Charlton's soft primer-like watercolors signify warmth and togetherness--but in appearance and story value as well as size and intent, this resembles more than anything else the pamphlets that are given out in pediatricians' offices.

Pub Date: April 21, 1975

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Bradbury--dist. by Dutton

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1975