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Sunday, June 9, 2013

You Were Always in My Heart Review and Giveaway

Posted by Debra Ann Elliott at 5:16 AM
Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from Tommy Nelson Mommy to review. However, all opinions are my own.


A sweet and adorable story about the blessings of adoption.
You Were Always in My Heart is an endearing tale told from the point of view of a little ladybug, Dot, who happens upon a mysterious bundle one sunny day. Dot goes with the little bundle as she is carried to the place “where babies come to be found” and promises to stay with the little one throughout her journeys toward finding a forever family.
Written by Christian music artist Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife, Mary Beth, this heartwarming tale is inspired by the true story of their adoption of three little girls from China and is a story of hope and faith for all families who have been blessed by a “little bundle of love.”
*Delightful story will resonate with adopted children and adoptive parents
*Celebrates the special gift of adoption
*Helps all children appreciate how much adopted children are loved
You Were Always in My Heart is a story of adoption, but it's much more than that, it's a story about love. I chose to review this book because I was adopted by two very special people and I probably wouldn't be here today if not for them. I also chose You Were Always in My Heart to teach my grandson everyone is special and it takes very special people to love someone else's child.
You Were Always in My Heart is geared for ages 4-7, but in my opinion this is a wonderful book about adoption for the entire family. You Were Always in My Heart retails for $12.99 or you can win a copy by entering on the Rafflecopter below. To find out more about adoption go to Show Hope.

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Mamal Diane on June 9, 2013 at 12:51 PM said...

My husband's sister adopted 2 children so my kids were always aware of adoption.

Klydra Pugh on June 10, 2013 at 5:39 AM said...

We teach our children from an early age that families come together many different ways.
Thanks for the chance.

Susan Broughton on June 10, 2013 at 3:48 PM said...

My children are grown but when my daughter was young we use to take care of foster children and wanted to eventually adopt but none ever came available so she was well aware of adoption and what it was

Susan Broughton on June 10, 2013 at 3:50 PM said...

I have no adoption story but as I mentioned in the comment prior we wanted to adopt and took care of foster children for a while but no children came up available for adoption

Hailie Jordan on June 11, 2013 at 11:47 PM said...

He isn´t quite old enough yet, two years old. But he will know what adoption is when he is big enough, I have two niece who are adopted (:

Hailie Jordan on June 11, 2013 at 11:48 PM said...

I don´t have one, if I were to win I would give the book to my two nieces. They were adopted through the foster care system by my brother-in-law (:

Jennifer Crawford on June 27, 2013 at 9:12 PM said...

We're very open about adoption in my family. It's a positive thing to make sure all children are loved by their family, regardless of how they got there.

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