The Velveteen Father: An Unexpected Journey to Parenthood
Being a parent was not a high priority--or even much of a likelihood--for acclaimed journalist and novelist Jesse Green. Yet when Green, at the age of thirty-seven, fell in love with a man who had recently adopted a baby boy, fatherhood suddenly fell into his lap. ... Green recounts the unexpected journey he and his partner traveled together on the road to parenthood.-Book cover.
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