Books: Birth Parents

Pauline Collins. 1992. HarperCollins.

Lifegivers: Framing the Birthparent Experience in Open Adoption. James L Gritter. 1999. 234p. CWLA.

May the Circle Be Unbroken: An Intimate Journey into the Heart of Adoption. Lynn C Franklin & Elizabeth Ferber. 1998. 288p. Harmony Books.

More Than Kindness: A Compassionate Approach to Crisis Childbearing. Susan & Marvin Olasky. 1990. 224p. Crossway Books.

My Child is a Mother. Mary Stephenson. 1991. 253p. Corona.

My Child, Your Child. Terry Treseder. 1991. 170p. Deseret Books.

Note on the Mirror: Pregnant Teenagers Tell Their Stories. Julia Loren. 1990. Zondervan.

Once My Child ... Now My Friend. Elinor Lenz. 1985. Warner Books.

Other Mother, The: A Woman's Love for the Child She Gave up for Adoption. Carol Schaefer. 1991. 296p. Soho Press.

Out of the Shadows: Birth Fathers' Stories. Mary M Mason. 1995. 272p. OJ Howard Pub.

Planning a Birthmother's Day Celebration. Mary Jean Marsh. 1996.

Pregnant? Adoption is an Option. Jeanne W Lindsay. Illustrated by Jamie Moffett.1996. 224p. Morning Glory.

Rachel Weeping: And Other Essays on Abortion. James T Burtchaell. 1991. 383p. Life Cycle.

Reconnections. Mary Bradford Clark. 2000. Galde Press.

Reunion: A Year in Letters Between a Birthmother & the Daughter She Couldn't Keep. Katie Hern & Ellen McGarry Carlson. 1999. 250p. Seal Press Feminist Publishers.

Secret-Sharing With Loved Ones: Personal Stories of Telling Children & Others.

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