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Annotation:Carlota is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the family who is adopting her. She imagines that they might be astronauts, pastry chiefs or even pirates. And then Carlota finds out that the Lopez family is the best family in the world. Ages 4-7
Annotation:Playing baseball was the one thing that made twelve-year-old Nick Crandall feel at home until he found acceptance with adoptive parents, but he faces a new struggle to fit in when he becomes the first seventh-grader ever to make the varsity baseball team. Ages 9-12
Annotation:After learning that she was adopted, thirteen-year-old Saffron's relationship with her eccentric, artistic family changes, until they help her go back to Italy where she was born to find a special momento of her past. Ages 9-12
Annotation:Thirteen-year-old Lauren, a Korean-American adoptee, is tired of being called names and longs to have plastic surgery on her eyes, but when her father finds out about her wish--and a long-kept secret about her mother's death is revealed--Lauren starts to question some of her own assumptions. Ages 9-12
Annotation:A young girl eagerly awaits the arrival of her newly-adopted sister from Korea, while her whole family prepares, in a simple, sweet, and child-centric look at the adoption process from the eyes of a soon-to-be older sibling. Ages 4-8