Finding Mother Series
When Grace LaJoy published her foster care story, A Gifted Child in Foster Care, she thought she would never find her mother. But, she found her after 49 years! Now she is sharing her fascinating journey in a four-book series you will love!
Titles include: Finding Mother After Five Decades: A Story of Hope, Reuniting with Mother: A Story of Tenacity, After the Reunion: A Story of Acceptance, Diary of Emotions: Thoughts and Feelings. Discussion Questions in the back of each book are designed to increase awareness and discussion about mental health. Questions Teachers Can Ask aid in increasing reading comprehension skills in the classroom.
You enjoyed Grace LaJoy’s foster care story. Now, collect the entire Finding Mother Series today!
Reuninting with Mother: A Story of Tenacity
ISBN: 9780692899779 Paperback
Gracie loves challenges!
When Mother asks Gracie to help wake up Brother, she “jumps” at the challenge. But, when her initial efforts to wake him did not work she finally comes up with one last idea.
After the Reunion: A Story of Acceptance
ISBN: 9780692899595 Paperback
Two children excited about math, but only one math worksheet...
When Gracie finds a mysterious math worksheet on the table, she goes on a quest to find out how it got there. When she is not able to find out who it belongs to, she makes a decision that causes her to learn a valuable lesson.
Diary of Emotions: Thought and Feelings
ISBN: 9780998711799 Paperback
Grandma is coming over!
When Gracie sees her family members making themselves look nice for Grandma, she wants to look nice for Grandma, too! What she does causes her family members to become outraged. But Grandma responded in a way that only a Grandma would.
“The stories are fun to read. They are funny!”
~Aaliyah, 5th Grader
“The stories are engaging and thought-provoking!”
~D. Cain, Grandmother of 9
“The series is perfect for teaching sequencing
to emerging and primary readers.”
~L. Moots, Elementary Teacher
“The books are engaging, excited to get to the end!”
~C. Bonness, Retired Teacher
“Gracie is a very determined little girl!”
~A. Miller, Elementary School Social Worker