Carried in Our Hearts: Get inspired & Inspire Change!

 

Carried in our hearts

Tarcher/Penguin is proud to announce the “Get Inspired & Inspire Change” campaign for CARRIED IN OUR HEARTS by Dr. Jane Aronson. A book of uplifting adoption tales that highlights the importance of both connection and family, CARRIED IN OUR HEARTS has touched the lives of everyone who has worked on the book here at Tarcher, so we are pleased to support this launch with a campaign that gives back to those who need it most.

Simply order the book or ebook from any retailer before April 18th, and Tarcher/Penguin will donate $1.00 for every book preordered to the Worldwide Orphans Foundation, the nonprofit organization which Dr. Aronson founded and which helps transform the lives of orphaned children.

Click here to preorder: Barnes & Noble | Amazon | Books-a-Million | Indiebound (to purchase from your local independent bookseller) | Apple iBookstore

Click here to read an excerpt

“[Dr. Aronson’s] wisdom, humanity and understanding are evidenced in the life affirming personal stories of unconditional love she has gathered in her extraordinary new book, Carried in Our Hearts.” —Susan Bissell, Chief of Child Protection, UNICEF

 

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7 Responses to “Carried in Our Hearts: Get inspired & Inspire Change!”
  1. Michele Carroll says:

    Congrats Dr. Jane! We are excited to have pre ordered your book through Amazon!
    Michele, Brad and Logan Carroll

  2. debra rose says:

    we met only twice but communicated online several times. i adopted my son remington rose (nam hoang tran) from vietnam in 2002. i remember seeing your name over and over when i was doing my pre-adoption research. i looked you up when remy was failing to thrive and you said “…take his tonsils out, it will change his life.” it certainly did!! although i came to your office in nyc, it wasn’t until a year later i realized we both lived in maplewood (where i grew up!) i now live in saddle river, but my heart will always be in maplewood. thanks for all the wonderful work you do and for the help you gave to remington. best of luck with your new book!

    warmest regards,
    debra rose-focazio

  3. lisa gillies says:

    I can’t wait to read!! Dr. Janes’ Huffington Post contributions are always heartfelt and beautifully written. We miss you as our ped!!! (not famous or wealthy either)

  4. Anne Harrison says:

    I can not wait to read Jane’s book !!! She is a AMAZING doctor !! We can not thank her enough for all of the incredibly valuable advice that she gave us during the adoption of our daughter, Bao Gong En, from China in 2006. We were scared nervous first time parents that were adopting an older special needs child in a foreign country and had no idea what to expect. She gave us clear objective advice and the peace of mind to make sensible ,confident ,educated decisions.
    Jane also helped us understand the behaviors/mindset of a child raised in an institutional(orphange) enviroment and how to make an easy transition in to family life. Her advice could not have been anymore on target.We also admire all of work that you do with the Worldwide Orphans Foundation !! Thank-you Jane & Good luck with your new book !!!

    Thankfully,
    Anne & Michael Harrison
    (Very Happy NON- Celebrity Clients/Parents)

  5. Wendy Martin says:

    I’m so thrilled to see that Dr. Aronson has completed her book. Via email exchanges, she tremendously helped my husband and I adopt our son from Moscow. Without her knowledge and encouragement, I’m not sure how we would have completed the process. We were
    truly blessed to have had her guidance and even more blessed to with our beautiful son.
    I can’t wait to receive this book and read the many stories.

    Conratulations.
    Wendy and Jay Tarrant

  6. Molly Frances says:

    Yayyyy, Dr. Jane. We owe our family to the insightful and brilliant advice and counsel you gave us, and we can’t wait to enjoy your book! Love, Molly, Bryan, Lola and Lucius

  7. Alexandra van SChie says:

    Tana van Schie’s family looks forward to reading it and keeping up with WWO. XX

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