Author Trea Jackson writes “The Innocent Eyes of a Child” based on her own experiences in the Illinois foster care system. The book follows 5-year-old Brighteyes through the foster care system, challenging the common idea “What is the best interested of the child.” Learn more about Jackson at www.treajackson.com.
By Emily Jo Wharry In a year dominated by Zoom meetings and Google Classrooms, podcasts can offer welcome respite for screen-weary eyes. For those busy days when sitting down to read an article just isn’t […]
By Salena Burden You are not alone. There are hundreds of families around you, thousands of families across the United States and worldwide that are searching for the same thing you are. They are looking […]
by Chaitra Wirta-Leiker, Illustrator: Penny Weber Grow Beyond Words, 2022, ISBN: 979-8-9869471-0-5: $14.99 In the first of a new series of children’s books titled “Adoptees Like Me” by psychologist and international transracial adoptee Dr. Chaitra Wirta-Leiker, […]