Babies Come from Airports

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Product Details

Price
$12.99  $12.08
Publisher
Kane/Miller Book Publishers
Publish Date
Pages
32
Dimensions
0.0 X 0.0 X 0.0 inches | 0.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781610675574

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About the Author

Erin Dealey is a children's book author of many genres, from board books to YA. She grew up in Oakland, California, and lasted one full day as an employee at a Pineapple Factory in Hawaii. Visit her at ErinDealey.com.
Luciana Navarro Powell has created art since childhood and became a full-time illustrator in 2001. She moved from watercolor and acrylic paints to the digital brush--loving the freedom and the possibilities of experimentation with textures--and then to mixed media, incorporating photographs and scanned objects with traditional techniques in a digital melting pot. The colors, vibrancy, and warmth of her native Brazil infuse her work with a sunny optimism, humor, and warm human-animal-landscape interactions. As an immigrant, she makes sure that kids can see themselves in her art.

Reviews

"...spirited illustrations offer humorous glimpses of family life and make good use of 'photos' from the children's adoption scrapbooks." -- The Horn Book Magazine
"... a wonderful addition for family and library collections. It should be read to encourage all children to understand that although families are different, each has its own special story." -- A Field Trip Life
"What a sweet addition to new baby/new sibling/adoption collections! The rhyming text keeps a nice rhythm through the story; the gentle artwork makes the adult sweet and soft, and the kids excited and enthusiastic. The scrapbook look and feel adds an element of fun to the story. This is a great book to give to kids who are adopted, whose families are in the process of adopting, or to explain international adoption in general to children." -- Mom Read It