A book that discusses the adoption and that is not cutesy - blue flower or shrink; it's rare! The purpose is super funny and well found, and addresses an important issue without apesantir. The various questions of the three protagonists are that everyone can recognize it, adopted or not. I'm not totally fan of the formulation of the fall :-) but everyone can imagine his. Good afternoon to be quite honest my son never hung (but that's the case with all the books on adoption). I also regret the soft cover, the quality of the book deserved a more upscale support! I think it will appeal especially to children 3-7 years, especially for children who rely adoptees in their families or friends.