Books tagged: open adoption

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What I Want My Adopted Child to Know: An Adoptive Parent's Perspective
By Sally Bacchetta
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 36,380. Language: English. Published: June 5, 2010. Category: Nonfiction
What I Want My Adopted Child to Know: An Adoptive Parent’s Perspective is a tender, revealing look at adoption from the parent perspective. Whether you are an adoptive parent, an adoptee, someone considering adoption, or simply curious about adoption dynamics, this book will touch your heart and increase your sensitivity to the challenges and joys that are unique to adoptive parenting.
Giving Up Children
By Sunny Todd
Price: $12.97 USD. Words: 5,850. Language: English. Published: September 30, 2010. Category: Nonfiction
I wrote Giving Up Children hoping to help other women that are pregnant and thinking about adoption or that has already gave their baby up for adoption. I have been in their shoes before. I have experienced all the emotions that they will go through. The depression,the loneliness, the anger, etc.
Called to Adoption: A Christian's Guide to Answering the Call
By Mardie Caldwell
Price: Free! Words: 40,020. Language: English. Published: May 6, 2011. Category: Nonfiction
Do you feel that you are called to adopt a child? Many Christian families, seeing the need to step forward in faith and raise a child not of their bodies, are choosing to learn more about the miracle of families created through adoption.
Marbles
By Bob Biederman
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 54,220. Language: English. Published: December 9, 2013. Category: Nonfiction
Frontiers of Mortality, the singular memoir by Robert Biederman, is a collection of 21 unforgettable and extravagantly diverse personal experiences. Biederman examines life at inception, at death, and the many moral choices in between. His focus is on family relationships, their evolution and devolution as well as a few comic moments that reflect some of the absurdity in our judgment.