Ripped From My Roots

I remember being asked on multiple occasions to make a family tree as a school assignment. This subject is broached somewhat in the book, Star of the Week, by Darlene Friedman and in a few other books, as well. In lieu of a standard family tree, I’ve come up with some alternative visions of my family tree. I watercolored this one today: Ripped From My Roots: An Adoptee Family Tree Pt. 1

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