We received a copy of A Crazy Much Love and a cute matching tote bag, in exchange for our honest review.
My reviewer for A Crazy Much Love was Katie. Katie is 9, and was adopted from China when she was almost 3 years old.
Author Joy Jordon-Lake crafts a peppy tale of infant adoption. From eager first time parents painting the nursery to school days, this is a make-you-smile story.
Other things were more geared toward babies, such as first steps. While there was a time when the majority of kids coming out of China were infants, those days are over now. The children coming out of China are older, almost always at least 2 years old, and sometimes all the way up to 13 years old.
I asked Katie what she thought of the book, and she said, "I like it." She mentioned that the pictures are funny. Sonia Sanchez illustrates A Crazy Much Love with bright, vivid, and whimsical pictures, with charming details.
I'm pleased to add this to our collection of adoption books. I feel it's important to give the girls access to a variety of adoption tales, since no two adoption stories are alike. A Crazy Much Love is available on Amazon (affiliate link). You can connect with the author on Instagram and Twitter.