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Kids Like Me in China BAD001


In this first view of China adoption from a child's perspective, eight-year-old Ying Ying Fry returns to her orphanage to remember what it is like and to write a story so that other adopted children will understand where they came from. Kids Like Me in China combines real-life photos with the forthright observations and complex feelings of an adopted child as she meets caregivers and befriends children in the city where her life began. This book will inspire all adopted children to take charge of their own life stories. Ying Ying Fry is in third grade at the Chinese American International School in San Francisco, where she studies all subjects in both English and Mandarin. She is a Junior Girl Scout and likes to play soccer, draw, read and write stories. She wrote this book with help from her mom, Amy Klatzkin, a contributing editor to Adoptive Families magazine and the editor of "A Passage to the Heart: Writings from Families with Children from China. "Ms. Fry writes with such delight and keen observation, you feel like you are visiting the orphanage with her. Every adopted child will love to read this book again and again. It is their story too." --Rose Lewis, author of "Love You Like Crazy Cakes" Please note: a portion of the sales of this book will be contributed to the Amity Foundation.

Hardcover, By Ying Ying Fry, English, 44 Pages
Item: Kids Like Me in China
Our Price:US$ 18.00
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