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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0807083895, Paperback)A "heartwarming and heartbreaking"* story of a Korean American girl's search for her roots
Somebody's Daughter is the story of nineteen-year-old Sarah Thorson, who was adopted as a baby by a Lutheran couple in the Midwest. After dropping out of college, she decides to study in Korea and becomes more and more intrigued by her Korean heritage, eventually embarking on a crusade to find her birth mother. Paralleling Sarah's story is that of Kyung-sook, who was forced by difficult circumstances to let her baby be swept away from her immediately after birth, but who has always longed for her lost child.
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Adopted and raised by Scandinavian-American parents in Minnesota, a Korean teenager returns to her native country to find her mother.
Two editions of this book were published by Beacon Press.
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