Adoptee

Q&A: Quest to raise awareness about adoptee rights

April 10, 2013

Her memoir’s subtitle is An Adoptee’s Quest for her Origins, but in talking with Anne Bauer, I know that the another reason she wrote The Sound of Hope was to “get people to realize how damaging it is to make adoptees feel guilty when they want to know about their origins,” as she said to […]

AdoptLit: Day 2 of the Sound of Hope book tour

April 4, 2013

Earlier this week a dozen of us began our virtual book club for Anne Bauer’s memoir The Sound of Hope: An Adopteeā€™s Quest for her Origins. Even if you haven’t read the book or joined the tour*, you may find the themes we are discussing fascinating: civil rights for adopted people, nature vs nurture, alcoholism, […]

AdoptLit: The Sound of Hope book tour

April 2, 2013

Several book lovers are sharing our thoughts about Anne Bauer’s memoir, The Sound of Hope: An Adoptee’s Quest for her Origins. Even if you aren’t part of the tour* and even if you haven’t read the book, check out what people are saying about it — you might find that this book is one you […]

AdoptLit Book Tour: The Sound of Hope, an Adoptee’s Quest for her Origins

February 8, 2013

Anne Bauer’s book title refers to a certain musical starring Julie Andrews that premiered shortly before the author was born, songs from which are interwoven throughout the narrative, sometimes in surprising ways. Her subtitle, A True Story of an Adoptee’s Quest for Her Origins, refers to the an in-depth look at the unique difficulties adoptees […]