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<p>Goyangi Means Cat</p>

Goyangi Means Cat

Christine McDonnell

Newly arrived children will take comfort in this soothing story about easing into a home where nothing is... read full review

<STRONG>After the Morning Calm: Reflections of Korean Adoptees</STRONG>

After the Morning Calm: Reflections of Korean Adoptees

Attention, parents: Run to your local bookstore and order a copy of After the Morning Calm, a collection... read full review

I Wish for You a Beautiful Life: Letters from the Korean Birth Mothers of Ae Ran Won to Their Children

I Wish for You a Beautiful Life: Letters from the Korean Birth Mothers of Ae Ran Won to Their Children

Sara Dorow, ed.

The letters collected in this book were written by women who gave birth at Ae Ran Won, a... read full review

Kimchi & Calamari

Kimchi & Calamari

Rose Kent

This new young-adult novel features a believable character grappling with the desire to know more about his birthmother.... read full review

Pact's Multicultural BookSource

Pact's Multicultural BookSource

Pact, An Adoption Alliance

Adoptive parenting is parenting plus: We have all the same joys and challenges as families formed by birth,... read full review

Somebody's Daughter

Somebody's Daughter

Once I began reading Somebody's Daughter, I could not put it down. How could the author, who is... read full review

The Lucky Gourd Shop

The Lucky Gourd Shop

In the absence of concrete information about their histories, adoptees sometimes create elaborate fantasies about their birthparents in... read full review

We Adopted You, Benjamin Koo

We Adopted You, Benjamin Koo

Linda Walvoord Girard

Benjamin Koo talks to kids in a way that kids understand, not like talking to doorknobs. He is... read full review

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