- Adoption is for a Lifetime written by Nancy McCullough. ‘God’s plan for a family through all the phases of adoption’ – http://www.adoptionisforalifetime.com/
- The Yip Family of Amah Rock by Jill Doggett This is about Mildred Dibden who Founded Fanling Babies Home and Shatin http://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Yip-Family-Amah-Rock/dp/B001KOF7OY or copies can be searched via the Internet.
The Banquet: My Grandma’s Memories of China by Emily Foster – Muriel Tonge was a Nurse at St Christopher’s Home from 1958 -1962. http://www.amazon.com/The-Banquet-Grandmas-Memories-China/dp/1440107971
- Secret Riches – Hong Kong’s Home of Loving Faithfulness by Linda Ball This is the story of a children’s home run entirely on charitable gifts by two Englishwomen, Wendy Blackmur and Valerie Coniber, who followed an English missionary to Hong Kong and to the Home of Loving Faithfulness, for children with the severest mental and physical handicaps. Many of the children have been adopted, including two by Wendy Blackmur and Valerie Coniber themselves. http://www.holf.org.hk/Secret_Riches.html
- In Search of Belonging – Reflections by Transracially adopted people edited by Perlita Harris. – http://www.baaf.org.uk/bookshop/search-belonging
- Outsiders Within within on Transracial Adoption by Jane Jeong, Julia Chinyere Oparah & Sun Ying Shin http://www.amazon.com/Outsiders-Within-Writing-Transracial-Adoption/dp/0896087646
- The Primal Wound – Understanding the adopted Child by Nancy Newton Verrier http://www.bookdepository.co.uk/Primal-Wound%3A-Understanding-Adopted-Child-Nancy-Verrier/9780963648006
- Journey of the Adopted Self – A Quest for Wholeness by Betty Jean Lifton http://www.amazon.com/Journey-The-Adopted-Self-Wholeness/dp/0465036759
- The Girls Who Went Away – The hidden story of women who surrendered children for Adoption in the decades before Roe v Wade by Ann Fessler http://www.amazon.com/The-Girls-Who-Went-Away/dp/0143038974
- More Voices – A Collection of works from Asian Adoptees Edited by Susan Soonkeum Cox http://www.amazon.com/More-Voices-Collection-Works-Adoptees/dp/1597430048/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1386324974&sr=1-2-fkmr0&keywords=More+Voices+by+Susan+sookeum+Cox
The Concubine’s Children by Denise Chong
This documents the life of Denise Chong’s grandfather, Chan Sam; grandmother, May-ying; her mother, Hing (or Winnie, as she was known outside of Chinatown); her mother’s siblings, Ping, Nan, and Gok-leng; and half sibling, Yuen. Chan Sam had two wives, May-ying in Canada and Huangbo in China, dividing the family between Canada and China. Chong’s mother, Hing, only knew one of her siblings while growing up, Gok-leng. The Concubine’s Children documents the story of this family which spanned two continents, as well as the political, social, and cultural tensions in China and Canada, between 1848, when Chan Sam’s father, Chong’s great grandfather, first came to “Gold Mountain”, the nickname by which Chinese people knew North America, and 1987 when Chong and Hing first met the “China family”.
An utterly absorbing tale of lives lived. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Concubines-Children-Portrait-Family-Divided/dp/0140255141/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1387054611&sr=1-1&keywords=The+Concubines+children
- Shanghai Girls by Lisa See A moving historical novel as she explores the bonds of sisterhood while powerfully evoking the often nightmarish American immigrant experience. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Shanghai-Girls-Author-Paperback-02-Feb-2010/dp/B00589EF2C/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1387055353&sr=1-2&keywords=shanghai+girls+lisa+see