Adopted Jane

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Green Mansion Press, Nov 1, 2002 - Adopted children - 224 pages
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Jane Douglas has lived at the James Ballard Memorial Home for orphans for most of her childhood. Reliable and sensible, she has watched other children find families of their own, but never once has any family wanted to adopt Jane. Then one magical summer, Jane gets not one -- but two-- invitations for a month each to live with a real family in a real house. If only the summer could last forever.

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User Review  - Kim - Goodreads

One of the reasons that I enjoy reading older books is for their historical context. But as an adoptive mother, I found reading this book to be just one big squirm-fest. Couldn't stay with it. (And I ... Read full review

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User Review  - Ann aka Iftcan - Goodreads

Cute story about a young girl who has lived in an orphanage her entire life, and is now given a chance to be adopted. A chance at not ONE home but two. Jane, who is as practical as her name (why do we ... Read full review

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