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Title LastName FirstName Category Magazine Issue Description ArticlesNo
Adoption: A Solution for Infertility Fischer Richard Pre-Adoption AT Apr May 1999 1,120
Come to the Window by Christina Goldstone Schell-Frank Debra Reviews AT Apr May 1999 1,126
Single Motherhood and the Daddy Question Daniel Caroline F. Single Parent AT Apr May 1999 1,118
President Kim Dae Jung's Speech Korea AT Apr May 1999 1,117
Return to the Motherland Tae-Jin Ning Whitney Korea AT Apr May 1999 1,116
Nutrition: The Balanced Approach Workman Jennifer Food/Nutrition AT Apr May 1999 1,125
What do We Tell Them? Brown Jane Adoptee Issues AT Apr May 2000 How to talk to adoptees about their adoption and abandonment. 958
Chinese Foster Mothers Wen Zhang Melody China AT Apr May 2000 A look at Chinese foster mothers and their needs 961
The Children Can't Wait: China's Emerging Model for Intercountry Adoption by Laura Cecere Fischer Richard Reviews AT Apr May 2000 Book review 969
Creating Cultural Opportunities Brickson Betty Cultural AT Apr May 2000 One woman's efforts to create a Chinese immersion preschool in Portland, Oregon 954
China Adoption: A Possible Dream for Singles Baron Susan W. Single Parent AT Apr May 2000 China allows for single people to adopt from China and become parents 962
The First Night Home Lee Norwood Mary Marcia China Adoption Stories AT Apr May 2000 Reflecting on the first night home with an adopted Chinese daughter and the bond that followed 960
Dropped from Heaven: Twins Reunited Barron Cory & Marlene Adoption - General AT Apr May 2000 One couple travels to China to adopt a little girl, then find she has a twin. This is their story of trying to keep the girls together and adopt them both. 957
West Meets East by Richard Tessler, Gail Gamache, Liming Liu Fischer Richard Reviews AT Apr May 2000 Book review 968
New Visa Law Benefits Korean Adoptees Soon-Keum Cox Susan Legal Issues - International Adoption AT Apr May 2000 New extensions to benefit Korean adoptees 949
"Mommy Far, Mommy Near by Carol Antionette Peacock" Tae-Jin Ning Whitney Reviews AT Apr May 2000 Book review 967
China: Adoption Agency Profiles China Adoption AT Apr May 2000 Adoption agencies specializing in China adoptions 952
Return to China Brickson Betty China Adoption AT Apr May 2000 A mother returns to China to be a volunteer escort for an adoption trip and shares her story 953
Research Reflects Positive Pictures of Adoptions from China Pekar Kara-Lynn China Adoption AT Apr May 2000 Survey and results of 35 families with adopted daughters from China. Questions included impressions of orphanage, attachment issues, language concerns, and behaviors. 955
Resources for Families Touched by Chinese Adoption Various China Adoption AT Apr May 2000 Resources for families of Chinese adoptions including heritage camps, books, foundations, and cultural schools 963