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Wednesday, 27 January 2021
Korea Print

Brian Was Adopted by Doris Sanford

A boy who was adopted from Korea as an infant describes his new life in America and the love he receives from his new parents.

Families Are Different by Nina Pellegrini

A girl, adopted from Korea, discovers that her classmates have different types of families.

Jin Woo by Eve Bunting

Davey is dubious about having a new adopted brother from Korea, but when he finds out that his parents still love him, he decides that having a brother will be fine. (Note: the text also mentions that Davey, the main character, is adopted, although it doesn't identify his place of birth.)

Katie-Bo by Iris Fisher

Relates the adoption of a Korean baby into an American family as seen through the eyes of her brother-to-be.

When You Were Born in Korea by Brian Boyd

A memory book for children adopted from Korea; depicts the typical Korean adoption sequence.

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