Adopted Ed Review

December 8, 2010

in Books

ADOPTED ED is a simple, easy-to-read and understand children’s book with important underlying messages of personal empowerment and social pressures and acceptance.

It focuses on the life of Eddie, an adopted little boy, who is just like every other boy and girl. At school, when he is teased by bullies about being adopted, his mom offers words of wisdom, which ultimately gives him self-confidence to deal with the situation.

As an adopted child myself, I have a unique perspective on this book. It is a cute story. The parent give wonderful and loving advice to their adopted child. The book featured Ed being teased about being adopted, which prompts his parents to explain to him that being adopted means you are chosen and loved. This is a great book for any adopted child, particularly boys. I recommend it for elementary school aged kids.

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