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Three Little Wonders: An Adoption Story

4.20  ·  Rating Details  ·  10 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Together for ten years, David and his partner made the decision to become dads. Figuring out they wanted to adopt was easy, the waiting and complications along the way were not. Follow their journey as this same-sex couple tried to start their family and prevent three brothers from being separated.

A heart-warming tale of two dads and their Three Little Wonders.
ebook, 35 pages
Published February 19th 2012 by Stonehenge Press (first published February 13th 2012)
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David Burton
Feb 20, 2012 David Burton added it  ·  (Review from the author)
I wrote it. :)
Feb 21, 2012 Kiki rated it it was amazing
This very personal and very detailed story is essentially one about love, all the ways it can be found and shared. To me it seemed a tale of two heroes, a same-sex couple who had enough love between them to shower it on three boys who needed a few heroes in their lives so that they could remain together.

This story shows the in and outs, all the aspects of life, of the law, which go into adoption. Its already a very delicate process, but for a same-sex couple complications can increase. This coup
Lindley Walter-smith
In some ways a really touching story of same-sex adoption, and I am happy things worked out so well. It did feel a bit glossed-over, though - there are mentions of problems, especially with the son being cared for by homophobic foster carers, but attachment difficulties, for example, are very much mentioned and then put aside as if they were unimportant.

I was a bit surprised by how much shorter this book was than it seemed, because so much of it was actually promotions for the author's fiction w
May 02, 2012 Kim rated it it was amazing
I thought this was a heartwarming story of what it means to be a family. It brought me to better understand the struggles of same sex couples and adoptions, and it reinforced my belief that deep down we all want the same things; love and a sense of family.
Sunita Raheja
Aug 17, 2013 Sunita Raheja rated it really liked it
It is very touching story of adoption . I am very glad how things worked out in good way. Difficulties and problems are in mentioned but not bothered to get the way and kept aside very well.
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Author, adoptive father of 3 boys, manager of chaos, science and technology geek, person of the queer persuasion, and purveyor of sacrilege.

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