Throughout, the special concerns and challenges of interracial, international, and older-child adoptions are also addressed.
Real Parents, Real Children ... offers confidence and assurance as well as sought-after answers to lifelong questions.
This book is not a good resource. Like so many other books on the subject, it begins from the premise that 'every adopted child is wounded' and carries around 'unresolved grief'... Read morePublished on July 16, 2011 by Frank
This is a good resource to have on your shelf especially in regards to child development.Published on September 12, 2009 by Catherine Lee Keefe
I recommend this book to ANYONE who is looking into adoption. This book gives great information what what it truly is like to adopt. Happy reading!Published on August 2, 2009 by Karbear2678
A good book to read for those who are thinking about of have already adopted a child.Published on June 28, 2008 by SKI
A little clinical but very helpful for learning what to expect during each developmental stage.Published on October 13, 2007 by Amazon Customer
I know people who have raised a grandchild and pretended to be the mother, rather than grandmother - which caused the adopted person intense grief and anger later on. Read morePublished on December 11, 2005 by Laurie A. Frisch
I ordered this book & returned it after glancing through it. It seems too clinical & dry. It seemed like reading a college child development book. Read morePublished on March 25, 2004