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Rebecca's Journey Home (edition 2006)

by Brynn Olenberg Sugarman

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Mr. and Mrs. Stein and their young sons Gabe and Jacob adopt a baby girl from Vietnam.
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Title:Rebecca's Journey Home
Authors:Brynn Olenberg Sugarman
Info:Kar-Ben Publishing (2006), Library Binding, 32 pages
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Hear an interview with Rebecca's Journey Home author Brynn Olenberg Sugarman on The Book of Life's September 2007 episode at www.jewishbooks.blogspot.com
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  bookoflife | Sep 4, 2007 |
A picture book portraying a Jewish-American family adopting a child from overseas is long overdue and Rebecca's Journey Home handles the subject with sensitivity and warmth. The beautifully written text explains how the Stein family, with two biological children, wish to build their family and share their home with one of the many children in the world "whose parents had loved them but could not take care of them." Each Shabbat since the beginning of their adoption process the family blesses their two boys and includes a blessing for their new daughter in Vietnam. They explain to their sons that while their new sister Rebecca will always be Vietnamese, she will also be American and Jewish. The story ends with Rebecca's trip to the mikveh where she receives her Hebrew name. This book will especially appeal to families with adopted children and libraries who wish to celebrate the diversity of the Jewish community. REVIEWED BY RACHEL KAMIN (TEMPLE ISRAEL LIBRARIES & MEDIA CENTER, WEST BLOOMFIELD, MI) ( )
  STBA | Aug 21, 2007 |
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