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Adoptee Search Guide: California Edition By Lisa Kenefick
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A detailed search guide for California adoptees searching for their original birth record. Lisa Kenefick has reunited hundreds of adoptees with their birthfamilies and has now chosen to share her... More > skills with people who may want to do the searching on their own.< Less
Taking Arizona / The "Accidental Adoptee" a 'la Rosie By Dave Archuletta
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The real story behind the Rosie O'Donnell funded "Children of the World Adoption Agency"!
Stealing Arizona / The "Accidental Adoptee" a 'la Rosie! By David Archuletta
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Adoption law, with its "Dead Sibling" effect, including a look at all possible scenarios as how and when it rears its ugly head. A story of the Rosie "O" funded adoption agency... More > that committed corporate suicide for reasons found. This is truth thru fiction...< Less
The Claiming of Identity, Agency, and Advocacy in Korean Adoptee Literature By Kira A. Donnell
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Kira Donnell is the first Korean adoptee to graduate from San Francisco State University's Asian American Studies master's program. Her master's thesis examines recurring themes in poetry written by... More > adult Korean adoptees. In 2009, while writing her master's thesis, Kira reconnected with her birthmother after 27 years of separation. Kira also holds a bachelor's degree in English Literature from the University of Michigan, and her writing has been published in Korean Quarterly and Journal of Korean Adoption Studies.< Less
The Claiming of Identity, Agency, and Advocacy in Korean Adoptee Literature By Kira A. Donnell
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Kira Donnell is the first Korean adoptee to graduate from San Francisco State University's Asian American Studies master's program. Her master's thesis examines recurring themes in poetry written by... More > adult Korean adoptees. In 2009, while writing her master's thesis, Kira reconnected with her birthmother after 27 years of separation. Kira also holds a bachelor's degree in English Literature from the University of Michigan, and her writing has been published in Korean Quarterly and Journal of Korean Adoption Studies.< Less
I Still Have Questions - One Adoptee's Search For His Biological Family By Brian Butler
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I Still Have Questions is a compelling story based on true events about the author's search for his biological family. From finding out he was adopted at a very young age to hiring a private... More > investigator to assist in a search that spanned more than 20 years, finally coming to a dramatic and successful end. This book offers insight and advice and is a must read for adoptees and birth parents who are searching for or considering starting a search for their long lost family members.< Less
No Roots Just Wings 62311 By Jeannie M. Ray
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What part does genealogy play in who a person is? What part does family culture play? Can a life be complete when a part of the puzzle is missing? Can one family history be replaced by another? ... More > In No roots, Just wings, Rosanna Robinson's life evolves to a point where she must confront those ideas. Her own family history, religion, and the mores of the times all play a part in the choices she is offered and the decisions she must make.< Less
No Roots Just Wings 62311 By Jeannie M. Ray
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What part does genealogy play in who a person is? What part does family culture play? Can a life be complete when a part of the puzzle is missing? Can one family history replace another? In No... More > Roots, Just Wings Rosanna Robinson must confront those ideas. Her own family history, religion, and the mores of the times all play a part in the choices she is offered and the decisions she must make.< Less
Blind in One Eye By David Ford
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Where was my brother, the one born seven years before me but kept by my birth parents? Was it really possible that, after the lifetime I'd spent wondering about him, he was the guy a friend had just... More > seen on the subway – the one who supposedly looked like my older twin? Finding my brother would soon feel like a naïve goal. His secretive and frightened parents had far more to hide than I could have imagined, and they had worked hard to maintain the elaborate facade of an ordinary family. Breaching their defenses would trigger events that quickly took control of my life. Blind in One Eye is the true story of an adoptee finding, and being absorbed into, a shockingly troubled birth family – a story about abruptly leaving behind life as an only child. But it's also the story of someone with focused and demanding expectations who learns to see other possibilities, to see that the answers he actually gets in life might be more important than the ones he thought he wanted.< Less
Hope for a better life By Amy R. Murray
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"Hope" is the story of Emily McMillan who knew she was adopted as an infant, has a close relationship with her parents, and is happily married with one teenage daughter. Soon after her... More > fortieth birthday, Emily receives information from her birth mother which launches her on an incredible journey strengthening her faith and changing her life forever. "Hope" is also the story of Margaret Holden, who having grown up in England during World War II, comes to America to live with her aunt and uncle in search for a better life. Soon after becoming content living in a new country, and having begun a promising job, Margaret is victimized. She is a courageous woman who has always relied on God for strength. Despite what has happened, Margaret continues to have hope for a better life in America. "Hope" is a story partly based on Amy's experiences as an adopted child. It is sure to inspire all who read it, especially those touched by adoption: adoptees, adoptive parents, and birth parents.< Less