Published in 2008, Regina Louise’s Somebody’s Someone is an early memoir sharing the unique experience of a Black child in the foster care system. Louise has published two additional books and “Somebody’s Someone” was made into the 2019 Lifetime movie “I Am Somebody’s Child: The Regina Louise Story.” Learn more about Louise at www.iamreginalouise.com.
by Tori Hope Petersen Tori Hope Peterson was a biracial child shuffled between 12 different foster homes while growing up. She shares her journey through a tumultuous childhood, becoming an All-American track and field athlete […]
In her first book, “A Shrub Not a Tree, The FAMILY We’ve Grown to Be,” author Ashley Rae Klinger celebrates the various ways families grow. The book is divided into sections — the first is […]