“All You Can Ever Know” Book Review

Named a Best Book of the Year by The Washington Post, NPR, Time, The Boston Globe, Real Simple, Buzzfeed, Jezebel, Bustle, Library Journal, Chicago Public Library and more...   In her 2018 memoir “All You Can Ever Know”, Asian transracial adoptee Nicole Chung digs into issues of race, identity, and motherhood through the lens of… Continue reading “All You Can Ever Know” Book Review

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Parenting Children of a Different Race

When people first start looking into adoption, they are usually much more focused on how to adopt a child than on how to parent one. They read everything they can find about successfully adopting but few focus on what happens after they adopt figuring they will figure it out as they go along.  This doesn’t… Continue reading Parenting Children of a Different Race

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June Book Reviews

Why Can't You Look Like Me? (English and French Edition)by Ola Zuri -The story of an African American girl adopted by a Caucasian family, and her struggle to find her place within a predominately white community. Ola Zuri the author, is a trans-racial adoptee so she knows first hand the struggle to find where you… Continue reading June Book Reviews