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3.88 of 5 stars 3.88  ·  rating details  ·  17 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Kika has just been adopted -- and she's worried. There's so much that's new to her: a different language, new friends to make, and something she's never had before -- a family. Melissa has a new sister -- and she's excited. There's so much to share with Kika: trips to the playground, afternoons at the library, and birthday parties.

Through each new experience, Kika and Meli
Hardcover, 32 pages
Published April 13th 2004 by Greenwillow Books (first published April 1st 2004)
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Heather Langendorff
This is a childrens book broken up into mini chapeters about a little girl’s parents who adopt a girl named Kika from another country, the two girls learn about being sisters and the strong bond and love that siblings share. I really enjoyed this book, I think that demonstrating how important siblings are is crucial since most sisters and brothers fight a lot. One thing that I really liked about this book is that through each experience- birthday parties, playgrounds, and trips to the library- t ...more
In the narrative, “Sisters” by Judith Caseley, a little girl gets adopted by a family and is brought over to the United States from somewhere in Latin America. Kika has never had a family, so being part of a family with a mom, a dad, and a sister is overwhelming in itself. She comes over to a new world with a different language and culture. Trying to fit in is not easy for Kika, that’s where her sister Melissa comes into the picture. She tries to teach her everything she knows, but sooner or lat ...more
This picture book tells about Melissa and her newly adopted sibling, Kika, who barely speak the same language but must now become sisters. The story alternates between the first-person viewpoints of each girl, making it easy for readers to relate to both characters and their journey on becoming a family. Through each new experience, Kika and Melissa discover that sisterhood can be fun, challenging, and sometimes unpredictable – but always rewarding.
Miriam Garcia
This book is about a Caucasian family who adopt kika from another country. Kika is a quiet and shy girl who needs to get used to her new life. The two new sisters struggle with their new life but they find ways to get Along. This is an encouraging book to realte to a child whose family has adopted.
It doesn't read very well and pretty choppy although it still might reflect some adoptive siblings feelings and relationship.
Kara Curtin
This is a cool book about a family that adopts a girl and the process the two sisters go through adjusting.
Adoption story with siblings who look to be about pre-school aged.

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