Momma Gave by Josephine Watson
A true love song of an adopted child, this beautiful story follows the journey of a child chosen by loving arms. A tribute to all mothers who must part with their children and to those who welcome these newborns as their own; this is a must-read. Especially since it is an interracial adoption, and baby Josephine, now a woman, celebrates the gift of the two women who were her mothers and the welcoming of her three brothers. A hymn to adoption and compassion.
Josephine C. Watson
is a poet, singer and actor from Fredericton, NB. From jazz to blues, rock to reggae, spoken word poetry to theatre, Josephine is a great performer. She was the first woman to be named Moncton's "Poète Flyée" (eccentric poet). After translating the book Africville (written by Shauntay Grant and illustrated by Eva Campbell) in 2020 and guiding many young people through it, she delivers this magni?cent text, which comes from her personal history.
DETAILS AND SPECS
|ISBN associated with this title:||9782897503321|
|Publisher||Bouton d’or Acadie|
|Publisher||Bouton d'or Acadie|
|Published on||March 14 2023|
|Dimensions||8(in) x 8(in)|