Love has No Borders: True Stories of the tragedy and triumph behind Intercountry Adoption
Edited by Rachel Stace
With the collapse of the Iron Curtain in the last decade, one of the most enduring images has been the children left in dark, medieval orphanages to fend for themselves. Malnourished and unloved babies with sad eyes and no futures.
Hundreds of New Zealand couples saw those images from Romania and other countries, and tried to adopt these children.
Love Has No Borders is the story of the difficulties they encountered.
It is a story of tragedy:
Our two year old son Andrew - a blonde, blue-eyed boy full of life and laughter - fell from a fourth floor window....
Olya, sixteen months old, came in first with reddened eyes, obviously from crying. She was the cutest little doll you could ever imagine. That was the end of any doubt. Our hearts went out to her in an instant.
It is a story of tragedy and triumph. Compiled by documentary maker, Rachel Stace, this book will make your heart sing.