Thursday, August 16, 2012

The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Baby Jaimie Has A Crush

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From the minute she met him everyone thought Baby Jaimie's first crush was
Derek. Derek even thought so. That's why he asked her first grade teacher,
Mrs. Smith if he could come visit her. The day of the visit didn't go as
planned. While Derek was introducing himself a new student, Jack, entered
the room and stole everyone's attention. Especially Baby Jaimie's. For
that reason Derek took an instant disliking to the new kid. Baby Jaimie is
forced to choose between Derek and Jack and she doesn't know what to do.
Is there a way to combine old friends with new friends? Can't they all
just get along? Find out in The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Baby Jaimie Has
A Crush.

Author Bio:

Jaimie Hope was born November 3, 1976 in New York. It wasn't until high
school, where she joined the newspaper staff, that she decided she wanted
to be a writer. After graduation, writing was put aside for a while. The
author went to college and received an Associates degree in 1999. Then she
moved to Florida where she was an active volunteer in the local historical
society and remained active in the arts. It wasn’t until 2005 that Jaimie
wrote her first children's book, The Adventures of Baby Jaimie, published
in 2006 and Who Says You Can"t Go Home? in 2008. The Adventures of Baby
Jaimie: Baby Jaimie Goes to School in 2010. Her Autobiography, Roll With
It followed by the third volume in her children's series, The Adventures
of Baby Jaimie: Baby Jaimie Gets Stage Fright, and her first Paranormal
Romance, When You Come Back To Me Again were released in 2011. Finally,
The Adventures of Baby Jaimie: Baby Jaimie Has a Crush was released in
2012. What's next for this author? Currently, she has the fifth volume in
the Baby Jaimie series under contract and a couple novels are also in the


I was given this amazing little story to read and review and having a special needs child myself I can't think of a better little story to review.
The story of Baby Jaimie is one that is honest and pulls your heart strings!!! Bravo to the author for pointing out that while children may have special needs they are still children. The amazing thing is that true to the story special needs children having the amazing ability to not only see past limitations but also to accepted the other children for who they are not what they can and can't do. I would gladly give all my children this story to read and hope that parents with children who aren't special needs would show their children, as it is such a telling story of acceptance and friendship. Even adults could take a lead from Baby Jaimie's story and spread the word of acceptance and love. 5 out of 5 stars for Baby Jaimie Has A Crush.

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