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Abuela's Weave

Abuela's Weave

Omar Castañeda

Young Esperanza and her grandmother sit side by side, weaving on a backstrap loom, preparing for market day.... read full review

Digging to America

Digging to America

Anne Tyler

Pulitzer Prize–winning author Anne Tyler takes on international adoption, immigration, what it means to be an American, and... read full review

Happy Family

Happy Family

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Hua, a new immigrant to New York from China, befriends city mom Jane and her... read full review

Parents Wanted

Parents Wanted

George Harrar

Andy longs for a loving home and parents he can trust, but his AD/HD and lifetime of shuffling... read full review

Run

Run

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When college-student Tip is pushed out of the way of an oncoming car, his family... read full review

Somebody Else's Daughter

Somebody Else's Daughter

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A novel of what-lies-beneath, the story follows the lives of families in a private-school community... read full review

The English American

The English American

Alison Larkin

The English American (Simon & Schuster, $24) takes us on a rollicking ride of reunion, as seen through... read full review

The Lucky Gourd Shop

The Lucky Gourd Shop

In the absence of concrete information about their histories, adoptees sometimes create elaborate fantasies about their birthparents in... read full review

The Mercy Rule

The Mercy Rule

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As a doctor and a mom of two, Lucy Weiss calls herself a foster-system success... read full review

The Most Beautiful Place in the World

The Most Beautiful Place in the World

Ann Cameron

The plot centers on Juan, a young boy who lives with his poverty-stricken grandmother. Juan's life takes a... read full review

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