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PaperStar, 1998 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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Fred Rogers opens the door for adopted children and their parents to safely talk about their good and sometimes not-so-good feelings in a book about the joy of belonging and the love that unites families. ?Rogers? unaffected delivery has a way of making scary things unscary, which should help parents as much as kids.? --The Bulletin of the Center for Children?s Books ?The premise of this book?that it is good for families to talk about feelings?is a welcome one to apply to the subject of adoption.? --School Library Journal

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Let's Talk about it: Adoption By: Fred Rogders This book lets children know how important it is to be apart of a family and belong to something. Read full review

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A look at adoption for a child Read full review


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About the author (1998)

Producer, magician, writer, puppeteer, minister, husband, father, Fred Rogers started out in children's television thirty years ago. The direction he trailblazed was the "creation of television programming that spoke, with respect, to the concerns of early childhood, not as adults see it but as children feel it."

He has received virtually every major award in the television industry for work in his field, and dozens of others from special-interest groups.

Fred Rogers lives in Pennsylvania.

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