The Lamb-A-Roo is a very heartwarming tale about the endearing love of a foster mother, written by Diana Kimpton and illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw in 2006. This is the Chinese translated version.
A baby (orphaned) Lamb is lonely and sad and he yearns for a mommy. Mommy Kangaroo is sad too as she hopes to have a baby. Mommy Kangaroo adopts the lonely baby lamb and loves him dearly. Both of them are very happy together until one day, baby lamb notices that he is different from the other kangaroo family members. He tries hard to fit in, resulting in hilarious result. The theme of this gentle story is about love between parent and child. Loving your child for who he/she is.
Available in soft cover. Simplifed Chinese. For reading to the kid, this book is recommended for children 4 years old and above. For self-read, we would recommend this book for children who are 7 years old and above.