Does Anybody Else Look Like Me?: A Parent's Guide To Raising Multiracial Children

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Da Capo Press, Feb 23, 2009 - Psychology - 240 pages
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A psychologically wise guide to helping multiracial children of all ages develop confidence and a healthy understanding of their uniqueness
 

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Does anybody else look like me?: a parent`s guide to raising multiracial children

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Drawing on interviews, research, and her own experiences raising biracial children, Nakazawa offers sound advice to families of multiracial and multicultural backgrounds, whether headed by parents ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Does Anybody Else Look Like Me? The Preschool Years
2
Who Do I Match Mom or Dad or Anyone? Moving from Preschool into Grade School
44
What Do I Do When Friends Say Hurtful Things? Navigating Friendships in the Middle Childhood Years
78
Facing the What Are You? Question Moving Through the Turmoil of Adolescence
122
The Big Picture My Community My School My Culture
158
A New Multiracial Generation in America
190

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Donna Jackson Nakazawa has been a regular contributor to AARP's My Generation, as well as to Working Mother, Modern Maturity, New Woman, and Baby Talk. She is married to a Japanese-American and has two children. She lives in Annapolis, Maryland.

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