This book is divided into two parts, “Search” and “Reunion.” The author, an adoptee who located her birth family in 1988, addresses such issues as making the difficult decision to search, navigating the emotional turbulence of a reunion, dealing with the impact of the search on the adoptive parents, and more.
Penguin Books (1994), Edition: 1, 363 pages
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0140512950 / 9780140512953
363 p.; 5.1 inches