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Anthologies are collections of literary works about a specific topic - in this case, adoption. The best anthologies depend on the editor’s ability to select works that are both relevant and diverse, giving the reader many viewpoints.

1) The Adoption Reader
Edited by Susan Wadia-Ellis (1995). More than 30 women - birthmothers, adoptive mothers, and adoptees - well-known and not, tell their stories which address many of the controversies surrounding adoption. An anthology by women for women.

2) A Passage to the Heart
Edited by Amy Klatzkin (1999). This anthology of stories from families with children from China is a wonderful choice for anyone considering adopting from China, for present and future adoptive families, their families and friends. The stories cover everything from choosing an agency to cultural education, birthfamilies to political issues.
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