About Rare Adoption Books
R Rare Adoption Books for Adults refer to books that offer additional information about adoption that has been compiled and approved by domestic, late-discovery, transracial, and overseas adult adoptees.
This rare collection unearths unique perspectives, insights, or information about adoption that you will not find in books written by adoptive parents or profiteers from what has become an international billion-dollar industry known as the global child market to most of the world. This collection also shares narratives from family members separated by adoption worldwide, including parents of loss.
Rare Adoption Books for Adults contain stories and recommended information composed and compiled by Janine Vance. The collection of numerous perspectives covers the diverse narratives of adoptees, a bird’s eye view on the history of adoption, hidden aspects of adoption that industry leaders want you to stay in the dark about, and even Vance’s private childhood adoption story.
These stories reveal the additional burdens adopted people are forced to contend with, including the psychological, emotional, social, and legal aspects and lifelong impact of adoption.
The reader will be fascinated by what adopted activists say about human rights violations, search and reunion, identity formation, transracial or transnational adoption, and the life-long aftermath into the adopted person’s elder years.
These are concerns and issues adoptive parents should not have the authority to speak on, and the profitable child market itself has yet to address.
Author and Curator Janine Vance
Janine is the pioneering curator of an anthology titled Adoptionland: From Orphans to Activists, spotlighting the experiences of adult adoptees from Europe, America, Asia, and Africa. She then researched and wrote an investigational book on the history of adoption, unveiling the tactics used to obtain children for adoption.
She shares personal experiences in two memoirs, one focusing on her childhood experience and the other on her search for her birth family with her twin, titled The Search for Mother Missing: A Peek Inside International Adoption.
Adoption History is important
Adoption HistoryDiscover the history of adoption in a condensed book meant to help you see the topic in an organized manner. This research book has been divided into four short, easy-to-read sections: revealing the making of the system throughout time, starting in Europe, America, Asia, and today finally in Africa.
The childhood adoption story of the founders of Adoption Truth and Transparency Worldwide Information Network (ATTWIN).
"I hope that you will be inspired to question the status quo in which you might find yourself, challenge your assumptions, and discover new ways of looking at the world." - Author, Janine Vance
Adoption from the view of adoptees is very different from the industry of adoption and the adoptive family. Some adoptees never voice questions about where they were born, the circumstances of their birth, and their curiosity about their first family. There are, however, those who are voicing questions, demanding answers, and questioning the direction of the adoption industry today.
Adoption Around the World
Ever wondered what adopted people from around the world are saying right now about adoption? This anthology begins with personal accounts and then shifts to a bird’s eye view on adoption from domestic, intercountry and transracial adoptees who are now adoptee rights activists. Along with adopted people, this collection also includes the voices of mothers and a father from the Baby Scoop Era, a modern-day mother who almost lost her child to adoption, and ends with the experience of an adoption investigator from Against Child Trafficking.
Adoptionland Editorial Review
--Lorraine Author of A Hole In My Heart
"Highly recommended for libraries in areas where adoptions are common; highly recommended for universities where students are researching both the long-term effects of being given up for adoption, and growing up adopted. I cannot praise this book enough."
Adoption Books for Adults
*Did you know that 100% of all adult adoptees in the United States and around the world surveyed in 2019 believed they should have access to their adoption documents and original birth certificates if they so wish? However, due to antiquated adoption laws developed and refined by pioneering evangelicals, adoptees--even into their elder years--are not permitted access to information that all other humans on earth are able to obtain for themselves.