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Every Year on Your Birthday
Every Year on Your Birthday
Author: Rose A. Lewis, Jane Dyer (Illustrator)
In I Love You Like Crazy Cakes, Rose Lewis and Jane Dyer told the heartfelt story of one woman's adoption a baby girl from China. These sentiments are brought to life again in this touching portrait of birthday celebrations and unforgettable moments between a mother and her little girl: from joyous hugs for a new puppy, to quiet nig...  more
ISBN-13: 9780316525527
ISBN-10: 0316525529
Publication Date: 5/1/2007
Pages: 32
Reading Level: Baby-Preschool
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Publisher: Little, Brown Young Readers
Book Type: Hardcover
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This is beautiful book written by a mother to her daughter. This mother adopted a beautiful baby.The mother looks at her doughtier every year on her birthday and marvels that she has such a beautiful child.This book has beautiful illustrations a real , new Birthday card that looks like the little girl in the book.Mom takes her little girl to the beach gives her a puppy, Takes her picnicking, and the child is Chinese so she talks to her about her Chinese heritage.This is a beautiful book for any mom and daughter because it shows the great love the mother has foe her child and that we are different nationalities in the US and some of us have ethnic customs.

This is a beautiful book.

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In Rose Lewis's follow-up to I LOVE YOU LIKE CRAZY CAKES, readers watch as her real life daughter, Alexandra Mae-Ming Lewis, celebrates her first birthdays.

After being adopted from China, Alexandra comes home with her new mother to America. There are a number of relatives who come to visit, bringing presents and wanting to catch a glimpse of the new arrival.

From her first birthday surrounded by friends and family, to her fifth birthday spent watching the dragon boat festival, we watch as Alexandra explores the world around her, and even becomes a US citizen.

And each year, on her birthday, her mother thinks about the place that her daughter left behind, and even the mother who gave birth to her -- and gives thanks for the joy and love that she has been blessed with.

Once again, Jane Dyer's beautiful illustrations perfectly illustrate Rose and Alexandra's story, which is sure to delight both children and parents alike.


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