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Call me Okaasan : adventures in multicultural mothering

Author: Suzanne Kamata
Publisher: Deadwood, Or. : Wyatt-MacKenzie Pub., ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Women around the world ponder the unique joys and challenges of raising children across two or more cultures.
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Genre/Form: Anecdotes
Cross-cultural studies
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Suzanne Kamata
ISBN: 9781932279337 1932279334
OCLC Number: 403920878
Awards: Commended for Independent Publisher Book Awards (Multicultural Nonfiction) 2010
Description: 203 pages : maps ; 22 cm
Contents: Call me Okaasan: an introduction / Suzanne Kamata --
Eleven snapshots for your baby books, reconstructed in blues / Susannah Elisabeth Pabot --
Dr. Bucket in Bishkek / Saffia Farr --
Two names for every beautiful thing / Violeta Garcia-Mendoza --
Like the lotus / Leza Lowitz --
Carrying on / Katherine Barrett --
Ghost stories / Stacy M. Lewis --
Fade to brown / Anjali Enjeti-Sydow --
Mothering across cultures / Angela Turzynski-Azimi --
Multicultural lessons / Michele Corkery --
A Santa snafu / Kathy Hamilton --
Two versions of immersion / Holly Thompson --
I am Mutti / Corey Heller --
Mothering by Russian speaking kids / Dee Thompson --
Care and feeding / Kate MacVean --
So are you American or Malaysian? / Juli Herman --
Some Olympic wisdom for my home team / Rose Kent --
Promises to myself / Devorah Lifshutz --
A hundred years at fifteen / Xujun Eberlein --
Adapting back home / Andrea Martins --
A view from the outside / Maria Lamba.
Other Titles: Adventures in multicultural mothering
Responsibility: edited by Suzanne Kamata.

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Women around the world ponder the unique joys and challenges of raising children across two or more cultures.

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