By Ann Angel
What do Moses, Marilyn Monroe and Nelson Mandela have in universal? they're all entire humans and so they have been all followed! "Adopted Like Me" good points 20 tales of adoptees - women and men, of numerous races and nationalities, and skills who've made awesome achievements of their lives. This assortment won't in simple terms have interaction and encourage yet aid youngsters who're followed to understand that there are various humans similar to them, and in the event that they work flat out and think, they could fulfil their goals. totally illustrated in color, this e-book could be an excellent source for kids who've been followed, their mom and dad, lecturers and siblings.
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He often said his two legacies were Wendy’s and the Dave Thomas Foundation and that his greatest accomplishment in life was his wife Lorraine, his children and his grandchildren. 38 Sarah Saffian Sarah Saffian’s birth parents placed her for adoption when she was an infant. Her childhood was one in which she always felt confident and well-loved even though her adoptive mom died when she was only six. Her father remarried and her parents gave birth to two more children. Sarah, now one of three siblings, grew up to become a writer.
Adopted Like Me: My Book of Adopted Heroes by Ann Angel