This is an interdisciplinary essay collection which examines the shaping of local queer cultures in the Asia-Pacific region. The purpose of this book is to move beyond definitions and understandings of sexuality and gender that rely on Western assumptions.
This book highlights the adoption journey as a child adoptee. It provides insight into the emotions and thoughts an adoptee or foster child, while also equipping parents and caregivers with appropriate responses and resources. The book illustrates settling into an adoptive home, challenges with building trust, feeling a sense of worth, and establishing his identity. The illustrated portion connects to recommendations for parents: things to think about, tips for conversations, family activities, and additional resources.
This book follows a little girl as she and her family prepare for a new child. It shows the girl’s mother flying off to Korea, meeting the new baby, and bringing her home. It’s an utterly simple, sweet, and child-centric look at the adoption process. This is perfect for children who are about to become older siblings.