Tag: adoption reading
Twenty Things Adopted Kids Want Their Parents To Know – Sherrie Eldridge / Part 2
In this review, I’m finishing up my thoughts on Sherrie Eldridge’s Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew. I’ve already reviewed Part One and Part Two, Chapters 3 – 10 in another review here. Today I’ll share my thoughts on the last chapters of Part Two, and once again, highlight sections that I…
Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew – Sherrie Eldridge / Part 1
Published in 1999, Twenty Things Adopted Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew by Sherrie Eldridge has just reached its twentieth anniversary. When one searches for “Adoption Books,” this book is commonly highlighted by search engines, and there’s a good reason for it. Eldridge’s book showers readers with crucial information about the adoptee perspective while also…
All You Can Ever Know – Nicole Chung
Though it came out late in the 2018, Nicole Chung’s All You Can Ever Know is one of the best books of the year. And, as an adoptee, it’s one of the most important books to come out about adoption in a while.
This is me – Introductions
Hello world, My name is Keturah. I’m an adoptee living in the Pacific Northwest. I’m in my twenties and grew up in a blended family. Both my adoptive parents are white, while my adoptive siblings and I are all black. None of us have the same biological parents. This makes my siblings and I all…
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