Author: Jackie McReynolds-Ruchti
Published: 3rd August 2017 (Wisdom House Books)
Source: Copy from Author/Publishing House
Rating: 3/5 (Liked it)
Official Summary: “In this autobiographical tale, infant twins Jack and Jackie are adopted and brought to a new home on a farm. With their new family, Jack and Jackie have adventures catching frogs and fireflies, eating tomato sandwiches, and playing pretend with their new big brothers and sister. They discover that the love in an adopted family is the same as in other families–because family is all about love.” – Goodreads
(Disclaimer – I received a copy from the Author/Publishing House. This does not affect my review in anyway.)
Review: Nice, easy, fast children’s book. My sisters are twins (identical) and my dad is a twin (non-identical), twins runs in my family. So was a pleasure to read a children’s book about twins. The story is fun and easy with no nasty bits. Also teaches a good lesson about adoption and how it works. Couldn’t get it any more simple or easy to understand. Suitable for a very young age.
The fact that it is a true story to about the Author just adds a nice touch.
Would I recommend it? Yes.