This book is a must read for anyone who has adopted a child from China.
I'm incredibly grateful to Xinran for giving us a window into the hearts and minds of Chinese women who, in one way or another, gave up their daughters.
It is imperative that every adoptive parent, both mother and father, of children from China read it.
If you are looking into adoption or have a family/friend who is adopting from China, this book is a must read. Xinran opens your eyes to the mother's side of the adoption story.Published 4 months ago by KristaMG
a must read for everyone trying to understand the disposability of China's daughtersPublished 4 months ago by Pamalam
You can't help feeling sorrow for their pain and loss while being grateful for your own good fortune to be able to keep your own children.Published 10 months ago by Suzanne
An amazing story of the different kinds of mums and the different reasons each of them gave up their children for adoption. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
Sad stories with so much love from Chinese mothers who had to give up their children or have them removed from their keeping. Read morePublished 12 months ago by kathleen f bartley
This book is a must read for anyone who has adopted a child from China. The heart wrenching stories could be the story of the mother of my son or the mother of my daughter. Read morePublished 13 months ago by PearlofGr8Value
This book is captivating in it's look into another culture. It is very sad, but also very helpful to read the stories of mothers in China that gave up their daughters.Published 13 months ago by JE
Adoption - what does it mean to the women in China who give up there daughters to try to have a son, or because they already have a child? Read morePublished 14 months ago by L. Webster