Recently Karen Henry Clark contacted me.
She is the author of a new children’s book about adoption from China, Sweet Moon Baby.
She offered to send me a copy. I accepted.
The cover is absolutely magical.
And the inside is equally charming.
A little girl is born in China to a mother and father who can not care for her.
She is cared for along the way by a panda, a turtle, a monkey and a school of fish, who lovingly care for her as she sleeps.
And they wait and wait and wait for her arrival.
It’s a fanciful tale that adoptive parents will want to read first, and then alongside their children.
The book touches very lightly on some very heavy subjects: birth parents, abandonment, and the journey of adoption… how a baby goes from a birth family to an adoptive family.
And a beautiful one at that.
Karen has graciously offered to give away 5 copies of her book, Sweet Moon Baby, an Adoption Tale to 5 readers here on Ni Hao Y’all.
Winners will even have the opportunity to have a special personalized inscription by the author in their copy, if they choose.
Giveaway ends at midnight on Saturday night, EST. Winners will be selected at random and announced on Sunday.
To enter, all you have to do is leave a comment on this post. One entry per person, please.