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Sam is the only kid on his street . . . until Madison, Nick, and Isabel move in!
Madison, adopted from Wisconsin, is creative, Nick, adopted from Russia, is full of energy, and Isabel, adopted from Guatemala as an older child, gets them all organized. Everything's perfect until the friends decide to form a club for kids like them - children ...
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Overview

Sam is the only kid on his street . . . until Madison, Nick, and Isabel move in!
Madison, adopted from Wisconsin, is creative, Nick, adopted from Russia, is full of energy, and Isabel, adopted from Guatemala as an older child, gets them all organized. Everything's perfect until the friends decide to form a club for kids like them - children who are adopted. Only problem is that Sam isn't adopted! He feels left out.
Will Sam be invited to join the club?
Will the four friends play together again?
How will they solve their problem?
The Forever Friends Club presents a unique twist on adoption, belonging, and what it means to be a friend.
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What People Are Saying

Kay Marner
Wonderful, expertly developed free extras—guidelines for forming a Forever Friends Club, puzzles, stickers and more fun stuff for kids; information and learning tools for parents, teachers, and librarians—is provided on the publisher's website....Read The Forever Friends Club with your child, adopted or otherwise. Share in the delight! (Kay Marner, freelance writer/frequent contributor to Adoptive Families magazine/ founding member Iowa Chapter, Gift of Adoption Fund)
Lisa Huber
What a wonderful way to help adopted children like mine — and anyone who loves them — understand how their Forever Family came to be. The Forever Friends Club is a sweet story about fitting in, feeling left out and how kids can work together to overcome both. (Lisa Huber, founder of Ark Angels for Children)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781933084022
  • Publisher: DRT Press
  • Publication date: 3/15/2010
  • Pages: 48
  • Age range: 6 - 10 Years

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 6, 2010

    Helps kids understand adoption

    Sam is thrilled when three new kids move to his street. Madison, Nick, and Isabel all become fast friends, and the four play together every afternoon. But one day Sam's new friends decide to form a club - the adopted club.

    Only trouble is, Sam is the only one who wasn't adopted. He lives with his birth parents, and he feels left out of the club. But Madison, Nick and Isabel have a plan for Sam - a plan to adopt him as a member.

    In The Forever Friends Club, Sue Gainor and Sarah P. Gibson offer a new twist on adoption. Sometimes adopted kids can feel awkward around kids who live with their birth parents, but in this story, Sam is the one who feels like he doesn't belong. As family structures change and evolve, it's important for all children to feel accepted. And in this story, being adopted - by their parents and by each other - is what makes them all special.

    Reviewer: Alice Berger

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