A leading authority offers practical advice for parents on how to talk with their children about adoption and how to help them through the rougher times of growing up adopted. Highly recommended.
- Library Journal
This book is the `Dr. Spock' of raising adopted children.
- Jerri Jenista M.D.
Required reading not only for families but for teachers, pediatricians, lawyers, and other professionals as well as neighbors and extended family members of the adoptive and birth families.
- Dr. Joyce Maguire Pavao, President and Founder, Center for Family Connections, Inc.
Essential reading for all adoptive parents, those considering adoption, and the professionals who serve these families.
-Susan Freivalds, Executive Director of Adoptive Families of America
Whether you are considering adoption or have been at it for 27 years, as I have, this book will add to your knowledge and understanding.
- Carolyn L. Johnson, Executive Director, National Adoption Center
Regardless of the details of your adoption, you'll find issues that concern you in this comprehensive book.
- OURS, The Magazine of Adoptive Families
Here are insights no adoptive parent can do without. Better get two copies'e one for you, one for the grandparents. Highly recommended.
- PACT: An Adoption Alliance
As a pediatrician, I think this book should be required reading ... As an adoptive parent ... well, I think the dog-eared pages, marginal notes, and highlighter speak for themselves. Here is a book that changes things. Don't miss it!
- Mary Kay Bowen, M.D.