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Long Tail, Short Tail By Rachael Snead
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Ollie is full of questions about his family. Find out what Mama and Papa have to say in this charming adoption story. Ages 3-8.
Brown Babies Pink Parents By Amy Ford
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Brown Babies Pink Parents
Layla’s Rules: Five Rules All Schnoodles Know By Dan Lucas, Fernando Caretta
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Layla is a schnoodle dog who belongs to a diverse family held together by love, respect, and five very important rules that include wise advice that biting is only for emergencies and that toilet... More > water is not for drinking. Layla loves her days taking walkies in all kinds of weather and playing with her siblings. But when Layla’s family adopts a baby girl from China, the schnoodle learns that with a little patience, love, and respect, there is always room for acceptance. Layla’s Rules is a delightful, mostly true story for both children and adults about adoption, acceptance, and family as told by an adorable, rule-oriented schnoodle dog.< Less
Layla’s Rules: Five Rules All Schnoodles Know By Dan Lucas, Fernando Caretta
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Layla is a schnoodle dog who belongs to a diverse family held together by love, respect, and five very important rules that include wise advice that biting is only for emergencies and that toilet... More > water is not for drinking. Layla loves her days taking walkies in all kinds of weather and playing with her siblings. But when Layla’s family adopts a baby girl from China, the schnoodle learns that with a little patience, love, and respect, there is always room for acceptance. Layla’s Rules is a delightful, mostly true story for both children and adults about adoption, acceptance, and family as told by an adorable, rule-oriented schnoodle dog.< Less
Layla’s Rules: Five Rules All Schnoodles Know By Dan Lucas, Fernando Caretta
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Layla is a schnoodle dog who belongs to a diverse family held together by love, respect, and five very important rules that include wise advice that biting is only for emergencies and that toilet... More > water is not for drinking. Layla loves her days taking walkies in all kinds of weather and playing with her siblings. But when Layla’s family adopts a baby girl from China, the schnoodle learns that with a little patience, love, and respect, there is always room for acceptance. Layla’s Rules is a delightful, mostly true story for both children and adults about adoption, acceptance, and family as told by an adorable, rule-oriented schnoodle dog.< 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
Hereditary Genius By Francis Galton
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As the author later said, this book’s title should have been “Hereditary Ability.” This pioneering work in the study of hereditary and human ability laid the groundwork for the... More > science of eugenics, inheritance and intelligence studies. Galton’s methodology consisted of making a list of eminent people and their extended relations to determine how many prominent relatives they had. If genius was hereditary, Galton reasoned, there should be more eminent people among the relatives than among the general population. He also proposed a number of methods to separate the effects of heredity and environment, which included adoption studies and trans-racial adoption studies. The conclusion to which all the data propelled Galton was that intelligence was clearly hereditary. A groundbreaking work, now despised, but as valid as the day it was written.< Less
Hereditary Genius By Francis Galton
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As the author later said, this book’s title should have been “Hereditary Ability.” This pioneering work in the study of hereditary and human ability laid the groundwork for the... More > science of eugenics, inheritance and intelligence studies. Galton’s methodology consisted of making a list of eminent people and their extended relations to determine how many prominent relatives they had. If genius was hereditary, Galton reasoned, there should be more eminent people among the relatives than among the general population. He also proposed a number of methods to separate the effects of heredity and environment, which included adoption studies and trans-racial adoption studies. The conclusion to which all the data propelled Galton was that intelligence was clearly hereditary. A groundbreaking work, now despised, but as valid as the day it was written.< Less