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Library : Book Reviews > Tell Me Again About...

Tell Me Again About The Night I Was Born
By Jamie Lee Curtis
Illustrated by Laura Cornell

Review by: Christa J Koch
Owner/ Operator of www.preschooleducation.com

     Jamie Lee Curtis and Laura Cornell have teamed up again to tell this terrific story about adoption. This is a subject for too often over looked for story subjects.
     In this story the little girl (Like most children.) wants her parents to tell her again about the night she was born. The little girl already knows the story by heart. She tells the story of the night she was born through her questions. “Tell me again about the night I was born.” “Tell me again how the phone rang in the middle of the night and they told you I was born. Tell me again how you screamed.” “Tell me again how you couldn’t grow a baby in your tummy, so another woman who was too young to take care of me was growing me...” “Tell me again how you cried happy tears.” “Tell me again about our first night as a family.” These are just some of the questions that she asks. This is a vary unique and refreshing way to tell a story.
      Again, Laura Cornell does a excellent job illustrating this story.  From illustrations of a photo is a photo album to a child’s drawing of her family tree. They are all detailed bright and vibrant.
     This story will definitely be a cherished addition to your child’s book library or school library. I recommend this story for preschoolers age 2 and up. A must have book for any adopted child, friends of an adopted child. Also great for teaching understand of other to children who are not adopted.

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