A Russian toddler flourishes despite a babyhood in an orphanage abroad.
Lily Heyen-Withrow reviews The Russian Word for Snow, by Janis Cooke Newman, a tale of infertility, adoption, and all the complications along the way to parenthood.
The desire to give our children a history is something we all share. Here's how I turned the story of bringing my son home into an adoption memoir.
Janis Cooke Newman asks herself, "Am I overdoing this adoption thing?"