“Global Mom tells the story of a ‘pioneer’ international adoptive family.”
“In 1975, Byron and Lana Noone adopted their daughter, Heather, who tragically died, and then their daughter, Jennie, from the Vietnam Babylift. Four years later, they adopted their son, Jason, from Korea.”
Addressing topics that range from separation anxiety, racism and culture, to elementary school, teen, and college years, the Noone family combines faith, insight, and humor to tell their story.”
The book’s message is one of hope. “We were a ‘pioneer’ adoptive family, living in suburbia. We raised our children when there were no adoption camps, few role models, and many societal challenges. We thrived, and so will you, “Mrs. Noone says.
Status: 1 in stock (can be backordered)
Publisher: Gateway Press, Inc.
DC#: 362.7 No
1 in stock (can be backordered)