Mother Number Zero

Mother Number Zero

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Fay was adopted when he was a baby and lives in the Netherlands. He knows only that his birth mother escaped the war in Bosnia and that he arrived in his adopted home with nothing more than a squeaky toy and a few clothes. His older sister Bing was adopted too, from China, where she was found abandoned on the street. While drawing birds at the aviary in the park, his favorite passtime, Fay meets Maud the new girl in town. Maud who urges him to search for his birth mother. With mixed feelings, Fay, along with his parents, pursues the search, but this creates mayhem at home, since there is no possibility of Bing ever being able to find her birth mother. Fay's complicated feelings about searching for his mother and his ambivalent feelings for Maud unfold in this compelling story of finding your true identity.

Publisher: Toronto : Groundwood Books/House of Anansi Press, c2011.
ISBN: 9781554980789
9781554980796
Branch Call Number: J HOF
Characteristics: 179 p. ; 20 cm.
Additional Contributors: Prins, Johanna H.
Prins, Johanna W.

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