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Families Are Forever
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Price: $9.95
Product ID : B1000:IBC6612
Weight: 0.80 lbs



Families Are Forever

by Deb Capone and Craig Sherman

In this heartwarming tale of family love and beginnings, Rain, a baby girl born in china, meets Bo and her new "forever" mom and they become a brand new family. Written through the eyes of Rain, there are many kinds of families, but all families are forever. It's as Simple as That.

9x9inches 34 pages/hard cover

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