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November Book Reviews

Hi!  Sorry, it has been a little quiet here, but I broke up my shoulder on Saturday.  I tripped and boy does it hurt.  Ouch!  I can't do anything! I am not very good at being a patient.  I don't like not being able to do stuff for myself or go anywhere.  Ok!  Enough whining!  How are you?  Did you have a Happy Thanksgiving?

I finished the Orphan Keeper last week.   It is such a good book.  This book is based off a true story of a little boy who was kidnapped when he was 8 in India and who was sold to an orphanage than later adopted by an American couple living Colorado.  The story hits close to home for me as we have two daughters who are adopted out of China.  We have no way of knowing whether our girls were truly abandoned or whether they too were kidnapped.  We can only pray that they were abandoned.  Today the Hague regulates adoptions and orphanages have to go through certain procedures to prove that the children they are releasing for adoption have no relatives who are w…

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