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See details. See all 12 brand new listings. Buy It Now. Add to cart. About this product Product Information Every night before she goes to sleep, a kangaroo prays under the stars for a baby to love and hold. One day, as she rests under a tree, a baby bird falls out of its crowded nestaplop!
Now, every night before they fall asleep, Momma-Roo and Little One thank God for all their blessings. The book closes with a quote from Ephesians 'In love he destined us for adoption to himself.
This is a very cute book about a kangaroo who "adopts" a bluebird. I like how the "birth-bird" is portrayed as making the best choice she could for her little one, how the "birthmom" and "adoptive mom" pray for each other and appreciate each other. My 3 year old son asks me to read this to him often and I'm happy to oblige. May 02, Jessica rated it liked it Shelves: adoption , children-s-books. This story is a nice tale of adoption, with the exception that the author portrays the child being adopted as a bird who fell out of its mommy's nest, and the mommy already had so many other little birdies that there was no room for this one.
So sad, and not exactly the way I think adoptive parents would like the magic of adoption to be portrayed to their children. However, for a very young child, I think it demonstrates the ability to love and nurture, despite our differences. Jul 03, Wendy rated it really liked it. I love reading this book to my two youngest. It's a simple story with a message about adoption. A kangaroo wishes for a baby but can't have one then one day a baby bird falls from a tree and she looks after it. As a mother of 3 adopted children this touches me deeply and is a great way of keeping the idea of adoption in the minds of my youngest who are a litle young to truly understand at the moment.
Aug 29, Margaret Chind rated it liked it. It is a Christian Little Golden Book on the theme of adoption and it J's from the late 90s so to myind it is a newer one. I quite like the illustrations and for those involved in adoption I think ot would make a great gift.
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May 30, Julie rated it it was amazing. This book reminds me of our adoption story. Not that Z "fell out" of anything, but that his birth mom couldn't take care of another child and recognized that she wanted him to have a better life and that she could bless OUR lives! Sep 02, Tonya rated it it was amazing. A cute story about a momma kangaroo with an empty pouch who end up "adopting" a baby bird who has fallen out of his nest because it was too crowded.
A good adoption-paralleling story for ages 2and up. Dec 30, Awjtf added it Shelves: childrens-books. Good book. Nov 03, Brittnee rated it liked it Shelves: adoption-fostering-orphans , kiddo-reads. It is a book about a mama kangaroo adopting a baby bird. It is very sweet but it isn't the best book for older adopted kids.
It is more relatable for kids adopted as babies.
Oct 17, Wendi rated it it was amazing. A great story to introduce adoption to younger children. My girls love this book. Jul 14, Grace rated it it was amazing Shelves: gift. Precious book on a kangaroo adopting a baby blue bird. Mar 27, Asma rated it really liked it. Cute little story about adoption with beautiful illustrations. Dec 03, Hanna rated it it was amazing. This was one of the first adoption books I ever read. I feel like it prepared me a little more to go down the road that led me to my girls.
Such a sweet story. Grab kleenex! Jun 12, Mckinley rated it did not like it Shelves: picture , animal , baby , bird. Kangaroo who wants to be a mother ends up with a baby bird who's real mother sees this and ignores it. Ends with a line of scripture. A bit odd.