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Orphan needs a family: Vera K., the date of birth 1996

March 22, 2010, 14:40 4301 Author: Mochalova Victoria (translated into English by Anna Gritsun) www.deti.zp.ua The child has found a family

Vera, who at the moment lives in Zaporozhye regional shelter sings with pleasure, she loves to read, especially folk tales. Her favorite character is Cinderella. And she is like Cinderella: she reasons as an adult, she is serious, neat, she likes to help. For example, when the other children are on duty in the dinning room at the shelter, Vera still participates in laying the table and cleaning. Of course, most of all she cares about her younger brother Valera. They are surprisingly on very warm terms.

The girl is kind and shy, children from the shelter love her,the educators respect her. She misses the school, she wants to study and wishes to become a high achiever at school. Another dream is to be taken to the family to good parents. Of course, if only with her brother ...

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