Kid's Books about Adoption

Emma's Yucky Brother (i Can Read Book 3)

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Emmas Yucky Brother
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HarperCollins


Author: Jean Little

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Emma has always wanted a tiny brother. Now her family is adopting Max, and Emma is sure he is going to be the best brother ever. Is this really what getting a brother is all about? He thinks sisters are yucky, and that Emma might be the yuckiest! But Max has his personal tips.

When Emma learns that her loved ones is about to adopt a 4-year-old boy, she is thrilled."He will be a pest,"she says. Her friend Sally isn't so sure. It's going to take a great deal of understanding and some alterations in perception for Emma and her new brother to locate a way into each other's hearts. In actual life he looks big, he doesn't smile at her, and he says her homemade cookies are yucky. She has always wanted a little brother and is convinced Max will be the best brother ever. Max had looked tiny and sweet in the photograph."When Max finally arrives, Emma is stunned that things don't go the way she expects them to."All brothers are pests.

Jean Little's superb early chapter book captures each of the emotional ups and downs of adoption and sheds some light on the complicated and stressful transition from foster property to adoptive loved ones. Jennifer Plecas manages to portray a world of feelings on the expressive faces of her simply drawn characters and track the evolving moods within the entire household as they move toward empathy and acceptance. Adoptive families will find this sequel to Emma's Magic Winter a great addition to their libraries, as will any reader going through difficult changes. (Ages 4 to 8) --Emilie Coulter



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