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  • A last kiss for mummy

    I really enjoyed reading this story, I can relate to this book because I have a daughter of the same age as Emma with similar behaviors. Hopefully it will come to a good ending also. I too am a foster parent but I mostly cared for newborns. Keep writing those books Casey I really enjoy them .

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  • A Last Kiss for Mummy

    Yet again a heartwarming book from Specialist Foster Carer Casey Watson.Brilliantly written, as always, honest, and full of hope.I have all Casey's books and I recommend her to everyone I know.

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  • disappointed in Casey’s actions in this story

    Reading books like this reminds me why in my role as an ECE (Early Childhood Educator) it is so important I refrain from judgement on the parents/families I work with and focus on building relationships to help support the child(ren). That being said, I was disappointed in Casey’s actions in this story. I have read many of her books and usually find her to be intelligent and able to predict future needs. ***SPOILERS*** Casey and Mike allowed Emma to spend time with Taz without any adult supervision, even after it becomes clear Emma is consuming alcohol at 14/15 with her 19/20 year old partner. Despite already having a child with him; no one speaks to Emma about birth control, even after Emma blatantly states that the two of them plan to continue to have more children. Yet, Casey is shocked, shocked! To discover that Emma is pregnant once again. Very disappointing Casey, you clearly were too emotionally involved to think clearly.

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  • A last kiss for mummy

    A very poignant read an insight into a young girls life who was in danger of ending up lost as her own upbringing had taught her life was meant to be like this

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  • A last kiss for mummy

    There are no words, such a beautiful story

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