The New Crunch-Time Guide to Parenting Language for Chinese Adoption

The New Crunch-Time Guide to Parenting Language for Chinese Adoption

by Kat LaMons, Trish Diggins

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$18.99

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780989373227
Publisher: Marcinson Press
Publication date: 03/18/2014
Pages: 42
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.11(d)

About the Author

With nearly two decades in the field of adoption, Kat LaMons brings an extensive knowledge of adoption processes and post-adoption issues. In addition to her direct work with adoptive families, Kat shepherded a cultural school for adoptees for many years and created an adoption-focused distance-learning curriculum used throughout the United States and seven foreign countries. She's also a former columnist for Adoption Today magazine, and has written on adoption and adoption-related subjects throughout her career.

Trish Diggins brings a wealth of communications experience in the corporate, television, web, film, and non-profit worlds creating award-winning design, branding, and writing projects for national and international companies. In addition to being an adoptive mother, Trish is an adopted person herself. She is currently on the board of her local Chinese adoption support group and has been published in Adoption Today magazine.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've never seen anything like this book for learning or using language. Very colorful, fun, easy... and has exactly what you need for the most "crunch time" there is - when you're in those first few days, weeks and months of your adoption. It's certainly not a traditional Chinese travel language book - this is custom-made for talking to your child. There are even two Chinese songs to learn, so you can sing to them and with them in Chinese, which can be very soothing. It'd be great for grandparents, friends, and older siblings to have, too, to help make the transition home even easier. Love it!