Adopted from Asia: How It Feels to Grow Up in America
- Koh, Frances M.
Adopted form Asia: How it feels to grow up in America is a collection of rich personal stories of eleven adopted Korean-born children. Their stories are moving and insightful accounts of what it means to be adopted from Asia and to grow up in America. Their experiences forcefully address the large issues facing the adopted children.
The range of topics discussed is wide, including the effects of the trauma of separation and loss, relationship with their adoptive parents, concerns about birthparents, racial prejudice, friends, and dating, racial/ethnic identity, and self-identity/self-esteem
Status: 1 in stock
Number of Pages: 95
Publisher: EastWest Press
1 in stock