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An invaluable resource for any family who has adopted or is planning to adopt from China, A Passage to the Heart gathers together more than one hundred articles published over the past few years in...

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Original Title
A Passage to the Heart: Writings from Families with Children from China
ISBN13
9780963847225
Edition Format
Hardcover
Number of Pages
341 pages
Book Language
English
Ebook Format
PDF, EPUB

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An invaluable resource for any family who has adopted or is planning to adopt from China, A Passage to the Heart gathers together more than one hundred articles published over the past few years in the regional newsletters of the leading Chinese-adoption support group, Families with Children from China, and similar organizations across the United States, Canada, and Britai An invaluable resource for any family who has adopted or is planning to adopt from China, A Passage to the Heart gathers together more than one hundred articles published over the past few years in the regional newsletters of the leading Chinese-adoption support group, Families with Children from China, and similar organizations across the United States, Canada, and Britain. Writing from personal experience as adoptive parents or professionals working with adoptive families, the authors discuss such topics as: the waiting period the adoption journey settling in as a new or expanded family specific issues of health and development for children adopted from China the special challenges and rewards of adopting children over age one single parenting through adoption perspectives on China and international adoption culture, language, identity, and race going back to our children's birth country thinking about birth parents and other adoption issues. By turns funny, moving, practical, informative, and deeply personal, this collection is a treasure trove for all families who have adopted children from China, as well as anyone who would like to learn more about international adoption.

Proceeds from the book benefit the Amity Foundation and the Foundation for Chinese Orphanages-two charitable organizations providing medical care, foster care, and other services to improve the lives of children living in China's orphanages. About the Author: Amy Klatzkin is a book editor specializing in Chinese studies, a member of the board of the San Francisco Chinese Culture Foundation, and the newsletter editor for San Francisco Bay Area Families with Children from China. She and her husband adopted their daughter Ying Ying in Changsha, Hunan province, in January 1994.

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