Families are different

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Scholastic, 1991 - Juvenile Fiction
26 Reviews
Nico and Angel were adopted from Korea when they were babies. Nico struggles with her own identity sometimes until she realizes that just like everyone else -- she is different.

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User Review  - Sherri.Bottiggi - LibraryThing

Nina is Korean and her parents are Caucasian. She does not like that she looks different than her parents. Her mother explains that there are many different types of families. Age:3-5 Source: pierce college library Read full review

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User Review  - Sarri Tate Gibson - Goodreads

-shows different kinds of families -positive adoption story -shows similarities as well as differences -good for kinder/1st Read full review

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