I was given a few copy of “Love’s Complete” in exchange for my honest review here.
“Love’s Complete” is a children’s poetic book about a Russian adoption. I liked the book’s rhyme and that the book was so short. And it did walk you through the whole adoption process of paperwork and waiting and then receiving a child. The illustrations were a little odd at times, but cute on other pages. If I had a child who had been adopted from Russia, I would read him this book to help him understand how his parents found him and loved him even before they knew him. I didn’t think the book was as great as other children’s adoption books I’ve read, but it was short and sweet and did explain the Russian adoption process well. It did not focus on the child and how the child felt and how the child reacted upon meeting new parents. The book was all about the parent’s experience only.