Why does my sister look so different from me? Is it true that your new brother came from another country?
This colorful, engaging look at adoption for parents and children features a perceptive text and dynamic photographs. The creators of this book demystify adoption for young children and celebrate the joy that comes with adding to a family.
Shelley Rotner is a writer, teacher, museum educator, and photographer whose work has appeared in national magazines and children’s books. School Library Journal praised her “wonderful photographs” in Shades of People, and Booklist commented, “Beautiful. . . . This will enrich and spark discussions of diversity.” Shelley Rotner lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.
Sheila M. Kelly is an author and clinical psychologist who has collaborated on numerous books with Shelley Rotner, including their ALA Notable Book, Shades of People. A native of Canada, she now lives in Austin, Texas.