Conversations with Little Dude
A Six-Year-Old's View on Foster Care, Adoption, and the Art of Wearing a Cape
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LD: Spittage is gross. S-P-I-T. See, it has spit in the name
Me: Actually, it's SPIN-ach. Not spit-age.
LD: Well, it ought to have spit in the name.
LD: Because I would spit it out
Welcome to the Dude's Eye View.
Little Dude arrived in his sixth (and final ) foster home at age 4.
He brought with him a wicked sense of humor and a take on the world his foster parents had never heard before.
From his unique perspective, you'll learn
- the logic of lint traps
- the necessity of bribing reindeer
- why Girl Scout cookies are suitable for breakfast, and most of all
- the importance of wearing a cape
Along the way, you'll see a lost little boy (and his mom ) navigate the emotional and complicated world of adoption from foster care.
Casey Shay Press, 9781938150814, 86pp.
Publication Date: November 5, 2018