Mother, can you hear me?
The extraordinary true story of an adopted daughter’s reunion with her birth mother after a separation of fifty years.
All her life Betty Allen, who was adopted, had wondered who her birth mother was. But it was not until her adoptive parents had dies, and she was already middle-aged, that she had the opportunity to be reunited with her. As a result of a chance remark. Betty learned, to her astonishment, that her birth mother, Almeda, had been living for fifty years in a state institution just a few miles away. She was a deaf mute.
Status: 1 in stock
Number of Pages: 208
Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Company - New York
DC#: 362.83 A
1 in stock