"Support by the Book Club"

A book club to read about our children's birth cultures became a support group, a forum to discuss the similar parenting issues we were facing.

Transracial adoptive parent support.
Eight of us sat around a table at a Thai restaurant, enjoying delicious curries, as Bob Bergin regaled us with thrilling stories about antique hunting all across Asia. But this wasn't just a social event — it was the monthly gathering of our Asian book club, and we were meeting with the author of our latest book, Stone Gods, Wooden Elephants. It was a particularly memorable meeting of a group that has come to have a multi-faceted impact on all ...

A book club to read about our children’s birth cultures became a support group, a forum to discuss the similar parenting issues we were facing.

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