An autobiographical novel that takes a comedic but heartfelt look at issues of identity, heredity, and self-acceptance.
A True Story - A woman's love for the child she gave up for adoption.
Bestselling author Jean Strauss's memoir about her quest to unearth her past is an incredible funny and touching journey that redefines the meaning of family and celebrates the universal connections that link us all. Nominated for the Pulitzer Prize.
In this book, Reitz and Watson have given us a sensitive, thorough, and insightful analysis of the dynamics of adoption as it is experienced by all members of the adoption triangle.
In this book, with compassion and understanding, Suzanne Arms explores changing attitudes, provides valuable insight into the longterm effects of adoption, and offers detailed suggestions that can empower everyone involved to create successful, humane adoptions.
It is crucial that parents understand the impact adoption has when new sibling relationships are forged as the adoptee becomes a part of the family.
The hospitious perspective encourages families to forge meaningful, dynamic, and enduring connections. And with its insight that each participant will play a role of guest and host as an adoption matures, hospitality enables us to see the children of adoption in a bold new way - as emerging hosts.
This book addresses the child's access to both families, to both sets of parents, with progressive participation in the decisions that will affect his/her life.
This book is a guide containing comprehensive, up-to-date information on the legal, psychological, medical, and emotional aspects of adoption.
This book is a story of the creation of family through adoption.
This book is written by one of America's leading adoption attorneys who reveals his secrets of success, how to adopt within one year.
This book offers new ways of thinking about and practicing Adoption.
This is the first book every written to provide a postplacement model for practitioners to help the adoptive family deal effectively with the constantly emerging feelings of each of the family members.
This novel is a story about Kevin Hofmann who was born to a white mother and a black father, who was placed in foster care and adopted by a white minister and his wife, the paents of three biologiacl children. This story reveals the racial tension, his family's loving support, and his struggles to define and embrace his own identity as he grew to be a man.