>> TAPESTRY PICKS

ABOUT ADOPTION

INTERNATIONAL ADOPTION

DOMESTIC ADOPTION

ADOPTED CHILDREN

ADOPTION PARENTING

ADOPTION LIFE BOOKS

ADOPTION TRIAD

PROFESSIONALS

DVD'S AND CD'S

FREE RESOURCES

EBOOKLETS
 

Specials / Bargains

A-Z Title Search

Gift Certificates >>

Adoption Gifts >>

Digital Life Book Blog >>

Adoption Writers Voice Blog >>

Adoption Pages >>

Affiliate Program

Bulk Orders

eCatalog Service

Bulk Print Catalogs

Contact Us >>

 




 

Adult Adoptees
 
These books offer insight into the emotions and issues facing adults as they reflect on their adoption.


Product 1 to 20 of 26
Page:  1  2  >

A Wealth of Family: An Adopted Son's International Quest for Heritage, Reunion, and Enrichment
Author: Thomas Brooks

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 1193

Description:
This inspiring account of adoption, reunion, and heritage from Thomas Brooks provides a timely and provocative perspective on multicultural families and powerful insights on overcoming racism and poverty.


Price: RRP: $17.95
Now: $16.64

  
An Adopted Child Looks at Adoption
Author: Carol S. Prentice

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 328

Description:
The author tells her own adoption story and offers her own perspective on the adoption process.


Price: $26.95

  
Baby Boy-R: A Memoir
Author: Ray Martinez

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 544

Description:
Baby Boy-R is a heartwarming story of a son who refuses to give up trying to discover where he came from and the courageous mother who welcomes back the boy she thought died at birth.


Price: $14.95

  
Being Adopted: The Lifelong Search for Self
Author: David Brodzinsky

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 2999

Description:
BEING ADOPTED: THE LIFELONG SEARCH FOR SELF illustrates common developmental pathways of adoptees as they occur throughout the life span. It probes the complex issues that are involved in this ongoing life process.


Price: $14.95

  
Birthright: The Guide to Search and Reunion for Adoptees, Birthparents and Adoptive Parents
Author: Jean A.S. Strauss

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 1185

Description:
What happens when an adoptee decides to locate a birthparent or a birthparent wants to find a child placed long ago? How does one search for people whose names one does not know?


Price: RRP: $21.00
Now: $18.67

  
Blending in: Crisscrossing the Lines of Race, Religion, Family, and Adoption
Author: Barbara Ann Gowan

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 659

Description:
“Barbara Gowan gives readers a stimulating point of view on adoption and multicultural family relationships.” —Thomas Brooks, author of A Wealth of Family


Price: $17.95

  
Circles of Stone
Author: A J Garrotto

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 353

Description:
A mysterious letter from a woman in Peru who claims to know her birth mother arrives just as Natalia, a jet setting super model, is ready to leave for her newly renovated home in Santa Monica.


Price: $16.95

  
Coming Home to Self
Author: Nancy Verrier

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 345

Description:
According to the author: Who should read this book? All members of the adoption triad; Anyone in relation to them; All professions working with triad members. Anyone who feels he or she is living an unauthentic life


Price: $20.00

  
Daughter of the Ganges: The Story of One Girl's Adoption and Her Return Journey to India
Author: Asha Miro

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 731

Description:
Adopted from India when she was six and raised in Spain, the author takes a heart-wrenching trip back to India as an adult to uncover her roots and discover a sister she never knew.


Price: $14.00

  
In Their Own Voices: Transracial Adoptees Tell Their Stories
Author: Rita J. Simon and Rhonda M. Roorda

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 1866

Description:
How did being adopted transracially affect their lives through childhood and into adulthood? How did their family experiences influence their racial and social identities, their choice of friends and marital partners, and their lifestyles?


Price: $27.95

  
Journey of the Adopted Self
Author: Betty Jean Lifton

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 584

Description:
The JOURNEY examines how separation from the birth mother and secrecy in the adoption system have affected adoptees' sense of identity as well as their attachment to their adoptive parents.


Price: $18.95

  
La Hija del Ganges: La Historia de una Adopcion (Spanish)
Author: Asha Miro

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 842

Description:
Adopted from India when she was six and raised in Spain, the author takes a heart-wrenching trip back to India as an adult to uncover her roots and discover a sister she never knew.


Price: $14.00

  
Late Discoveries: An Adoptee's Quest for Truth
Author: Susan Bennett

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 87

Description:
Susan was forty-three years old before she ordered a DNA test and learned the truth that she had long suspected: that she was adopted. By this time, the woman she called her mother, who had kept the adoption a secret, was dying, so Susan never...


Price: $14.95

  
Mistress's Daughter
Author: A.M. Homes

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 1765

Description:
Before A. M. Homes was born, she was put up for adoption. 30 years later, her birth parents came looking for her. A riveting memoir about what it means to be adopted and how all of us construct our sense of self and family. (Now also as audiobook.)


Price: $14.00

  
Primal Wound: Understanding the Adopted Child
Author: Nancy Newton Verrier, M.A.

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 890

Description:
THE PRIMAL WOUND, using information about pre- and perinatal psychology, attachment, bonding, and loss, it illuminates the effect that separation from their birthmother has on adopted children.


Price: $15.00

  
Questions Adoptees Are Asking (Revised)
Author: Sherrie Eldridge

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 2561

Description:
For five years, Twenty Life-Transforming Choices Adoptees Need to Make has impacted the lives of adoptees and their families. This updated edition goes deeper with study questions for support groups or personal use.


Price: RRP: $16.99
Now: $15.35

  
Rules of Survival
Author: Nancy Werlin

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 686

Description:
This book for young adult readers tells the story of an adoptive family in crisis.


Price: $16.99

  
Somebody's Daughter
Author: Marie Myung-Ok Lee

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 502

Description:
Adopted by a Midwest couple, 19-year-old Sarah Thorson studies one summer in Korea and eventually embarks on a crusade to find her birth mother.


Price: $14.00

  
Stories of Adoption: Loss and Reunion
Author: Eric Blau

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 696

Description:
This book offers a rare opportunity for the reader to share the inner feelings of adoptees, birthparents and adoptive parents who experience reunions. [Waiting for publisher reprint.]


Price: $16.95

Currently out of stock
Swimming Up the Sun: A Memoir of Adoption
Author: Nicole J Burton

Rating:Link has been Rated stars  Votes: 378

Description:
At age 22, the author set out to find her English birth parents, a Jewish father and a mother believed to be an artist. The adventure led to parents, grandparents, and siblings, a kaleidoscope of relationships with one dark secret at its center.


Price: $14.95

  

Product 1 to 20 of 26
Page:  1  2  >