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Monday, September 24, 2018

Porcupette Finds a Family






Title: Porcupette Finds a Family

Author: Vanita Oelschlager

Genre: Children's







Rating: 5 out of 5 fairies






Synopsis: Porcupette Finds a Family, is a story about how a baby porcupine (called a porcupette) finds a new family after losing his mother. He wants to have an attachment to the bear family he finds, but is afraid his "bear" mother and "bear" brother and sister will leave him too. This causes him to act out his fears in ways that jeopardize acceptance from his adopted family. However, with the understanding and help of Mother Bear, Porcupette finally accepts that he is truly loved and wanted despite, or maybe because of, his differences.

Review: This story was brilliant. It covers some issues that are very important for anyone who is considering adoption, has adopted, or has been adopted or is up for adoption. Things I honestly wasn't expecting to be covered. Like how sometimes when we're scared we act in ways we wouldn't normally, or that sometimes patience and love is all you need in endless supply to help someone through a rough time. 

Where to buy: Amazon

About the Author: Vanita Oelschlager is a wife, mother, grandmother, former teacher, current caregiver and, for almost ten years, author and poet.
She was born and raised near Pittsburgh. She is a graduate of Mt. Union College in Alliance, Ohio, where she currently serves as a Trustee.
She has also supported and helped Jim as he built Oak Associates, Ltd. into a successful investment management firm.
Today, as an accomplished author, Vanita shares openly the experiences that she, Jim and their families have had with multiple sclerosis. She has likened MS to living with an elephant, one that won't go away or be ignored. Together, she and Jim have found ways to live with this "elephant" and to share some of the larger lessons about life they've learned through the disease. 

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