Daughter from Afar: A Family's International Adoption Story

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iUniverse, 2002 - Biography & Autobiography - 148 pages
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An adoptive mother shares her true story about the sadness and joys of the long process to adopt an abandoned Chinese baby girl. Sarah Woodard reveals with humor, sensitivity and honesty the adoption process, the journey to bring home her daughter and the ultimate adventure of becoming a mother.

It is an absorbing story, beautifully written, in which two different cultures combine and illuminate each other, culminating in a heart-warming ending. But, as this new family is being born, it is really only the beginning.

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User Review  - legaleagle - LibraryThing

I finished this quick read in just one sitting (about two hours), which I can't remember ever doing before. It is a nice story about a family's experience adopting a daughter from China. The chapters ... Read full review

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User Review  - Jennifer - Goodreads

This is a beautiful and honest adoption story, straight from the mother's heart. Read full review

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