Born in Our Hearts by Filis Casey
Stories of Adoption

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A heartwarming collection of true stories that weave a rich tapestry of the
adoption experience from many different perspectives: birthmothers, adoptive
parents and grandparents, and adopted children and adults. These inspiring stories
reveal the challenges and joys of the lifelong adoption journey including: the
pain of letting go of a child; the wonderment of meeting "your" perfect
child halfway around the world; the challenges of adopting an older child already
set in his ways; watching a child's potential flourish in a loving environment;
sibling rivalry and eventual bonding; integrating a child's culture into a new
multiracial family; finding peace in the search for identity, roots and unanswered
questions; and feeling the happiness and love that comes from forming a family.


While each story is unique, the emotions conveyed are universal: love, loss,
hope and joy.


The collection will appeal to everyone affected by adoption, regardless of
their phase in the journey.


Stunning black-and-white photos are included.

 

About Filis Casey

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Filis Casey is the founder and president of The Alliance for Children, the first international adoption agency in Massachusetts. Since its inception, The Alliance has placed more than 4,000 children from countries including China, Latin America, India, Ecuador, Colombia and Russia. She is the mother of two biological children and one adopted child.
 
Published June 15, 2004 by HCI. 216 pages
Genres: Self Help, Parenting & Relationships. Non-fiction

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In the spirit of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, the Caseys, a mother and daughter who were brought together by adoption, collect brief essays by parents who have adopted, by children who have been adopted and even by parents who were adopted and then adopted children of their own.

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