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Silence, Sorrow, and Separation: Birth Mothers and Birth Searching in Children’s LiteratureWhere is home?

In 2009, I moved to Minnesota, the epicenter of transracial Korean adoption (Park Nelson, 2018), where I met my husband, who is an adopted Korean.

Specifically, many Korean birth mothers suffer in silence.

Birth Mothers and Birth Searching in SonSon (2012) is the fourth book in The Giver trilogy.

I then asked her what research she did on birth mothers, adoption, etc., before writing the book.

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