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Six things to know about Squirky #6

We’re launching the final Squirky book later this month at the Asian Festival of Children’s Content (more details to come soon) and we’re so glad (yet sentimental) that this series is coming to an end. 120 more words

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The Math Problem

Since our family became 2+2+2, I have discovered my 1st grade math skills suck! I always want to make the equation equal out, and no matter how you do it, 2 adults can never equal 4 kids. 490 more words

Author Matthew Salesses: The Space Belongs to Adoptees

The first time I read American author Matthew Salesses’ experience as an adoptee, I was blown away not just by his way with words, but also by this burning frankness that I never get from reading the “self-help” kind of adoption literature (even those that interview adult adoptees). 733 more words


Help Me Save My Child

This morning I read a blog post entitled “Don’t Save My Child.” It was very insightful by a family who has much more experience than I do with foster and adoptive families. 812 more words

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Sharon Ismail: Adoption Taught Me About Family

Sharon Ismail is a familiar face in Singapore for her acting and hosting work in theatre and television. She’s also a polytechnic lecturer and a children’s book author. 652 more words


Olivia Talks About Adoption

“Hi, my name is Olivia and I am 12 years old. I was from Indonesia, Jakarta. My parents adopted me when I was two and a half months old. 316 more words


What Are You Supposed To Say During National Adoption Month?

It is National Adoption Month – an entire month dedicated to the population that That Adopted Girl Inc. serves and I have been struggling.  I have been struggling with determining the way to powerfully get the message about foster care and adoption across to the general population this month.  994 more words

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