The Buryat Journey Continues Overland Siberian Pearls at Culture Camp

Suzanne L. Popke

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Paperback. 368 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 6.0in. x 1.0in.What happens after a single Bahai woman adopts three children from the Republic of Buryatia in Siberia Follow the challenges of the author and her family in this sequel to Siberian Pearls: A Buryat Journey. Starting life in a Siberian orphanage presents difficulties for all the children and for their first-time mom, who hopes that her experience as a psychologist will help her cope with each childs special needs. With humor, candor, and a drive to find information to help her family, the author describes the demands of rural family life in both America and Siberia, single parenting, remarriage, multiculturalism, special education, and mental health problems in children, including ADHD, Tourettes syndrome, learning disabilities, and reactive attachment disorder. How does prejudice affect adoptive families What can Buryat culture teach us Can all problems be cured with love Some of the answers might surprise you. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: What happens after a single Baha’i woman adopts three children from the Republic of Buryatia in Siberia? Follow the challenges of the author and her family in this sequel to Siberian Pearls: A Buryat Journey. Starting life in a Siberian orphanage presents difficulties for all the children and for their first-time mom, who hopes that her experience as a psychologist will help her cope with each child’s special needs. With humor, candor, and a drive to find information to help her family, the author describes the demands of rural family life in both America and Siberia, single parenting, remarriage, multiculturalism, special education, and mental health problems in children, including ADHD, Tourette’s syndrome, learning disabilities, and reactive attachment disorder. How does prejudice affect adoptive families? What can Buryat culture teach us? Can all problems be cured with love? Some of the answers might surprise you.

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