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"Jess is a smart, modern heroine with whom readers, young and old, will identify. Her journey to China to findand bring homeGrace is an engaging, well-informed introduction to the adoption process. GRACE FROM CHINA is equally a story about healing and the rebuilding of families through opening one's heart to love. In the process, the reader and Jess grow wings. Congratulations to Jacqueline Kolosov for having written a beautiful book that addresses a complex issue of our contemporary times."
Mary Swander, author of The Desert Pilgrim
Jacqueline Kolosov grew up just north of Chicago and earned a doctorate in English Literature at New York University. She currently lives in west Texas where she teaches creative writing and literature at Texas Tech University. She is passionate about writing, art, yoga, long distance running and animals, in particular her Welsh corgi, Edward. Jacqueline also writes and publishes poetry and has published three biographies for young adults. Look for some of her writing under the name Jacqueline McLean.
jess lose is something i can relate to ,i lost my mom 1 year ago .face fact you lose a big part of your self you must go on living. Read morePublished on April 26, 2008 by S. D. Simmons
Grace From China is a beautifully written, moving story of a young girl suffering the trials and tribulations of losing a father and gaining a sister. Read morePublished on October 3, 2005 by J. Calloway
I wish I had a book like this to read and relate to when I was a young girl. The author does an amazing job of quickly drawing one into Jess's, the main character's, life. Read morePublished on July 23, 2005 by Susan H. McFadden