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<p><em><strong>Brown Babies, Pink Parents</strong></em></p>

Brown Babies, Pink Parents

Amy Ford

Written with compassion, and from the perspective of "been there, done that," Brown Babies, Pink Parents is an... read full review

Iím Chocolate, Youíre Vanilla: Raising Healthy Black and Biracial Children in a Race-conscious World

Iím Chocolate, Youíre Vanilla: Raising Healthy Black and Biracial Children in a Race-conscious World

Marguerite Wright

This great guide teaches parents and teachers how to reduce the impact of racism on black and biracial... read full review

Just Add One Chinese Sister: An Adoption Story

Just Add One Chinese Sister: An Adoption Story

Patricia McMahon and Conor Clarke McCarthy

"Finally," I tell my daughter, Natalie, "the mamas brought you into the big room where Daddy and I... read full review

Monsoon Summer

Monsoon Summer

Mitali Perkins

Monsoon Summer is about a biracial Indian-American girl named Jazz, who lives in Berkeley, California. This summer, her... read full review

Multiracial Child Resource Book: Living Complex Identities

Multiracial Child Resource Book: Living Complex Identities

Maria P.P. Root and Matt Kelley

Phew. Finally, somebody has wrestled the unwieldy, complicated, sound-bite-resistant subject of multiracial identity into a format thatís both... read full review

Now We Are One: Faces of International Adoption

Now We Are One: Faces of International Adoption

As the mother of two internationally adopted children, I am grateful that my kids can see others like... read full review

Parenting Your Internationally Adopted Child

Parenting Your Internationally Adopted Child

Pattey Cogen

Who will my child be? How will she behave?"

"My child is here. I donít feel that I am... read full review

Racism Explained to My Daughter

Racism Explained to My Daughter

Tahar Ben Jelloun

When our children ask about racism, we often wince internally, left momentarily speechless. The questions are usually innocent,... read full review

RAISING NUESTROS NI—OS: Bringing Up Latino Children in a Bicultural World

RAISING NUESTROS NI—OS: Bringing Up Latino Children in a Bicultural World

Gloria G. Rodriguez, Ph.D.

Focusing on the needs and issues of children from birth to age twelve, Raising Nuestros NiŮos offers... read full review

Struggle for Identity: Issues in Transracial Adoption

Struggle for Identity: Issues in Transracial Adoption

New York State Citizens' Coalition

In this 20-minute video, a group of young-adult adoptees candidly talk about their experiences growing up in transracial... read full review

The Colors of Us

The Colors of Us

Karen Katz

This beautifully illustrated story follows Lena and her mother on a walk through the neighborhood as they discover... read full review

We Adopted You, Benjamin Koo

We Adopted You, Benjamin Koo

Linda Walvoord Girard

Benjamin Koo talks to kids in a way that kids understand, not like talking to doorknobs. He is... read full review

When Race Becomes Real

When Race Becomes Real

Bernestine Singley

When Bernestine Singley solicited contributions to this anthology, she asked white authors to write about what it is... read full review

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