Here’s an in-depth review of a children’s book about adoption: Motherbridge of Love.
Motherbridge of Love
Authors: Xinran Xue, Josée Masse (Illustrator)
The cover illustration is a beautiful image of two hands surrounding a child, forming a heart shape. When looking again at the picture, one can see that the hands come from two different sources, wearing two different sleeves. This symbolizes the biological and adoptive mothers’ joint love for the child. However, a confusing element to this picture is that all three characters represented have the same skin color. When dealing with transracial adoption, this is simply not a reality.
The book paints a very positive image of children staying connected to China through clothing, activities, and travel. Illustrations in the book depict the little girl…
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