Kid's Books about Adoption

Three Names Of Me

Rating Rating 4 Stars
Three Names Of Me

Albert Whitman & Company

Author: Mary Cummings
Package Quantity: 1


A girl adopted from China explains that her three names--one her birth mother whispered in her ear, one the babysitters at her orphanage called her, and one her American parents gave her--are each an important part of who she is. Includes scrapbooking ideas for other girls adopted from China.
If you find yourself wishing to buy a children's book We've come up with some good info. Three Names Of Me is a superb book. Written by Mary Cummings and it was published by Albert Whitman & Company. The was available on bookshelves sometime in 2006. The hardcover children's book is for ages 96 months+ and is related to Names, Personal and it is considered a very good fiction. The child's book has 40 pages and it is packed with amazingly colored illustrations. It furthermore stresses Chinese Americans and Adoption. It's 0.39"H x 8.28"L x 6.36"W. It weighs somewhere around 0.54 lbs.

Ada has three names. Wang Bin is what the caregivers named her at her Chinese orphanage. Ada could be the name her American parents gave her. And there is certainly a third name, a name the infant Ada only heard whispered by her Chinese mother.


Kid's Books about Adoption - Copyright © 2018