About the book
Jonquil and Bryan Graham began with the idea of fostering a few New Zealand kids. After all, they had an ideal home for them - a rambling old house in a kiwifruit orchard in glorious Golden Bay.
Nine adopted children later - five of them, including two pairs of twins, from Eastern Europe - and many others who were fostered, the Grahams feel they lead the richest of lives.
This is a candid account, funny and heart-warming. It also shows the tragedy of children without families and the difference that true parenting makes ... To parents as well as to the children. Love fairly jumps off the pages of this book, along with the ups and downs of family life.
About the author
Jonquil Graham lives in Golden Bay and with her husband, Bryan. Their Romanian twin, Natasha, died following a car accident in 2009.
An account of family life and transnational adoption.