What is it like to be a foster child moving from home to home over and over again? Come explore one child’s journey through foster care. “Trash” is the story of a 9-year-old girl whose prized possession is her doll Lulu. She will discover life can be tough and lonely at times but the journey can end with love, hope and a bright future for her and Lulu. “Trash” is a teaching autobiography of foster care from a young girls’ point of view. This book will help parents and children in foster care understand the stress, loneliness and reality of what life is like moving from one family to another. Written by Alabaster, Alabama social worker Keisha Jackson.
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 […]
This new book by former foster youth Antonio D. Grate offers advice to foster and kinship caregivers about transitioning a youth to their family and home. Grate is also a motivational speaker and shares more […]
Do you ever feel confused about what went wrong in your foster or adoption story? Are you fearful about the future of your marriage and your children? Do you ever feel overwhelmed and desperate for […]