Porcupette Finds a Family is a touching and heartbreaking story about adoption, loss, and attachment. Although this is a children's book there were times when I found it emotionally hard to read. It is an important read though for adoptive parents, and for those dealing with children that are lashing out it helps parents think about some of the reasons why their child may be acting that way. It is a great story for children who are struggling with attachment to see that they are not alone, how they are acting is a normal reaction to what has happen to them, and how they may be able to resolve some of those issues. This is NOT a "must-have" book for all children who are adopted but it's definitely a great story for children who are dealing with aggression, grief, and attachment issues.