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Every year, hundreds of families are embarking on homeland trips to China.
The homeland trip offers a great opportunity to help families develop a coherent narrative that makes sense of their complicated beginnings. While the trip can be a joyful experience, it can also raise many challenges.
This book was written from the perspective of adoptive parents, professionals, researchers and, most importantly, the adoptees themselves. We hope that their voices will help parents make the best decisions for their families.