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Children’s book focuses on important day for adopted children, families

“Gotcha Day: A Carried in My Heart Adoption Story for Children” by Rebecca Tabasso follows Suzie as she realizes the anniversary of her adoption into her family is coming up

NEWARK, Del. – In the adoption world, “Gotcha Day” is one of many ways parents can celebrate the anniversary of bringing their adopted son or daughter home for the first time. Adopted at the age of three months and having two adopted sons of her own, Rebecca Tabasso is a perfect candidate to pen the heartwarming children’s story about such a special day, “Gotcha Day: A Carried in My Heart Adoption Story for Children” (ISBN 0615631320).

Suzie’s mom tells the young girl that a very important day is coming, but Suzie can’t remember which one. Could it be Valentine’s Day? Or what about St. Patrick’s Day? Suzie’s mind races as she tries to think of what special day her mother is so excited about. Suzie’s mom hints that it’s not a national holiday that everyone celebrates, but rather a day for their family.

With talk of balloons and cake but the warning that it’s not a birthday, Suzie remembers exactly what day it is. Her Gotcha Day is coming up. Suzie’s Gotcha Day is a day of full of remembering what it was like to bring young Suzie home, to hold her for the first time and all of the memories that make up the unforgettable day when they first became a family.

“It is my hope that children touched by adoption will find ‘Gotcha Day’ as one of their favorite stories to read over and over again,” Tabasso says. “I think parents who have adopted will find this work to be a wonderful avenue to open and continue dialogue about their own adoption story, family traditions and joy their child brings to the family.”

“Gotcha Day” includes a customizable certificate that parents can personalize with their child’s name and the date they became a family. With its powerful message and illustrations, Tabasso hopes her work will become staple literature in the adoption process for young readers and their parents. She plans on releasing more books on adoption related topics and concepts under the “Carried in My Heart Books” line.

“Gotcha Day: A Carried in My Heart Adoption Story for Children” is available for sale online at and other channels.

About the Author:
At the age of three months, Rebecca Tabasso was adopted by loving parents who were open about the process and fully supportive of answering any adoption-related questions. She adopted two infant sons, who are now 11 and 14 years old. In 2010, she launched her website, a resource dedicated to the well-being of the adopted family with a community and resources for each aspect of the adoption process. Tabasso actively participates on the statewide Inter-Agency Committee on Adoption along with state-level family services resources and local adoption agencies. She is also a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI).

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