This is the story of one baby’s journey from her birth parents in China, who dream of a better life for their daughter, to her adoptive parents on the other side of the world, who dream of the life they can give her. A turtle, a peacock, a monkey, a panda, and some fish shepherd the baby as she floats in a basket on a moonlit, winding river into the loving arms of her new parents. Perfect for bedtime reading, Karen Henry Clark’s poetic text, reminiscent of a lullaby, and Patrice Barton’s textured and gentle-hued illustrations capture the great love between parents and children and the miraculous journey of adoption.
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“For a young child beginning to make sense of her past, Sweet Moon Baby offers a safe doorway into a deeper understanding.”-Adoptive Families magazine
About Karen Henry Clark
KAREN HENRY CLARK wrote her first story when she was four years old by dictating the tale of a runaway popcorn ball to her father. From that moment on, she wanted to become an author. It took longer than she… More about Karen Henry Clark
Published by Knopf Books for Young Readers Jul 25, 2012| 32 Pages| 5-8 years| ISBN 9780307982537