Sweet Moon Baby (New)


  • Hardcover
  • 32
  • Sweet Moon Baby
  • Karen Henry Clark
  • English
  • 14 March 2020
  • 9780375957093

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  1. says: Sweet Moon Baby (New)

    Sweet Moon Baby (New) The most beautiful book ever about Chinese adoption The writing is subtle the art is stunning

  2. says: Sweet Moon Baby (New)

    Karen Henry Clark É 5 review Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Sweet Moon Baby (New) In China a baby girl is born and her parents aren't able to care for her We have barely enough rice to feed ourselvesshe should have p

  3. says: Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Sweet Moon Baby (New) Karen Henry Clark É 5 review

    Sweet Moon Baby (New) Parents give their children a story It begins with you have always been lovedNovember is National Adoption Month Parents family and friends are looking for storybooks they can give to the adopted children in their lives Sweet Moon Baby an Adoption Tale written by Karen Henry Clark and illustrated by Patrice Barton is a wonderful book meant to be read to a child too young to read on her own It is published by Knopf Boo

  4. says: Summary Sweet Moon Baby Sweet Moon Baby (New) Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark

    Sweet Moon Baby (New) Karen Henry Clark É 5 review This is an adoption story that takes a fairy tale approach In China perfect baby is born However her parents don’t have

  5. says: Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Karen Henry Clark É 5 review Summary Sweet Moon Baby

    Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Karen Henry Clark É 5 review Sweet Moon Baby (New) 3 stars for the story5 stars for the illustrationsSpoilers This is a lovingly told adoption story with a fanciful twist A baby girl is born on a summer night in China Her parents love her but believe she should have a better life than the one they can give her So they set her adrift in a basket on the river Al

  6. says: Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Sweet Moon Baby (New)

    Sweet Moon Baby (New) Karen Henry Clark É 5 review Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Oh My Goodness I am in love with Patrice Barton's illustrations This is the sweetest baby I have ever seen hands down If I knew a family who had adopted a baby girl from China I would buy one copy of this book for them and a second copy so I could cut the pages out and frame them for their nursery walls They're that gorgeous A perfect baby girl is born in China to parents who dream of for her than they can provide So w

  7. says: Karen Henry Clark É 5 review Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Sweet Moon Baby (New)

    Sweet Moon Baby (New) Opening and Synopsis – “On a summer night in China a baby girl was born She was perfect”A little girl was born on a summer’s night in China Her parents were poor and they wanted her to have so many things that they couldn’t give her The little girl’s parents made the decision to set their little girl sailing in a basket and they trusted that “only good things will happen” to her The little gi

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    Karen Henry Clark É 5 review Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Sweet Moon Baby (New) The first thing that struck me about Sweet Moon Baby is the beautiful illustrations They are enchanting and whimsical in water color Patrice Barton has amazing talent She worked on them for the author Karen Henry Clark who adopted a child from China and had no story to tell her about her young infant life before she came to America Clark uses prose to tell the tale of a family in China who doesn't have enough food to feed their b

  9. says: Sweet Moon Baby (New) Karen Henry Clark É 5 review Summary Sweet Moon Baby

    Sweet Moon Baby (New) Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Karen Henry Clark É 5 review A family in China barely has enough food to feed themselves so they send their new baby girl off in a basket on the river The moon guides the baby’s basket to safety On the other side of the world a man and a woman prepare their house for a new baby The two follow the moon’s glow to find the baby in the river“One summer night in China a baby girl was born She was perfect‘We have barely enough rice to feed ourselves’ th

  10. says: Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Karen Henry Clark É 5 review Sweet Moon Baby (New)

    Karen Henry Clark É 5 review Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark Summary Sweet Moon Baby This is such an adorable story about the adoption of a sweet little girl and the parents who have longed to have her in their family This is not an in depth story about adoption but a beautiful heart warming stor

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Sweet Moon Baby

Summary Sweet Moon Baby review Sweet Moon Baby ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark 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 adopti. A family in China barely has enough food to feed themselves so they send their new baby girl off in a basket on the river The moon guides the baby s basket to safety On the other side of the world a man and a woman prepare their house for a new baby The two follow the moon s glow to find the baby in the river One summer night in China a baby girl was born She was perfect We have barely enough rice to feed ourselves the father said She should have pretty things the mother said She should learn to read the father saidThey were happy and sad at the same time

Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark

Summary Sweet Moon Baby review Sweet Moon Baby ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark 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 ca. The most beautiful book ever about Chinese adoption The writing is subtle the art is stunning

Summary Sweet Moon Baby

Summary Sweet Moon Baby review Sweet Moon Baby ç PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Read ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free É Karen Henry Clark N give herA 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. 3 stars for the story5 stars for the illustrationsSpoilers This is a lovingly told adoption story with a fanciful twist A baby girl is born on a summer night in China Her parents love her but believe she should have a better life than the one they can give her So they set her adrift in a basket on the river Along the way she is cared for by various animals who help her on her journey Meanwhile a couple on the other side of the world want a daughter One night the moon leads them to find the baby girl in the basketI really wanted to love this story I think it is told from the heart the author adopted a baby girl from China and dedicated the story to her and it is beautifully told However I was a bit troubled by some of the elements and in looking at other reviews find I am not alone The baby s birth parents seem irresponsible just letting her drift off in a basket down the river thinking she will find a better life that way Moreover I m not sure that reasons such as not being able to give her pretty things or teach her to read are very good reasons for giving up a child It is hinted at that they don t have much food either but I think the other reasons seem a bit shallow The illustrations really impressed me though I absolutely love them Beautiful touching full of life rich in details that connect and enhance the story WowI would recommend that parents with adopted children preview this book before they share it with their children I believe it is supposed to be a reassuring tale of adoption showing that both birth parents and adoptive parents love the baby girl But it is also a very fantastical portrayal and the baby being set adrift could upset some children and parents