This book should be required reading for anyone who has ever had, wanted, or found a family — which is to say, everyone." All You Can Ever Know is a memoir of graceful, shining empathy: EW review. Remove From Cart.
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. Loading. Nicole Chung was born severely premature, placed for adoption by her Korean parents, and raised by a white family in a sheltered Oregon town.
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Give as a Gift. All You Can Ever Know is full of insights on race, motherhood, and family of all kinds, but what sets it apart is the compassion Chung brings to every facet of her search for identity and every person portrayed in these pages. Her white parents adopted her as a premature baby, struggling for life in the NICU, born to a Korean family, and she was given one story her whole life about why she was put up for adoption.
"In her memoir, All You Can Ever Know, Chung writes with an empathy that's careful to consider the perspectives of everyone involved in her adoption story: herself, her adoptive parents and her birth family .
Available. Nicole Chung’s impeccably told memoir ALL YOU CAN EVER KNOW is about growing up in a world where she felt she didn’t fit in. “In her memoir, All You Can Ever Know, Nicole Chung takes the qualities that make her writing sing—warmth, inquisitiveness, and deep personal investment in the words she types—and turns them inward. Description.
All You Can Ever Know: A Memoir.
September 28, 2018 at 09:15 AM EDT Advertisement. All the same, All You Can Ever Know is still astonishing the gravity expelled by her powerful first book. Unabridged Audiobook Play it Free.
All You Can Ever Know : A Memoir.
Personal and expansive, intimate and wise, Nicole Chung's memoir is a fiercely successful balancing act of family, identity, becoming and love.
All You Can Ever Know: A Memoir is Nicole Chung’s story of adoption and the search for her Korean birth family, when she becomes an expectant mother, about to start her own family. By David Canfield.
As she grows up, …
Send this book as a Gift! 3.85 (13,984 ratings by Goodreads) Paperback; English; By (author) Nicole Chung. All You Can Ever Know tells the story of Nicole Chung, born to Korean parents and adopted by white parents in suburban Oregon. Product Details ISBN: 9781987156454 ISBN-10: 1987156455 Publisher: HighBridge Audio Publication Date: January 2nd, 2019 Language: English Categories. What does it mean to lose your roots―within your culture, within your family―and what happens when you find them? Special Order. Nicole was adopted by a white couple in Oregon when she was 2 months old.
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All You Can Ever Know: A Memoir by Nicole Chung. Play Sample. Chung was born 10 weeks premature, and her Korean birth parents gave her up for adoption within a matter of months. All You Can Ever Know: A Memoir (Pre-Recorded Audio Player) By Nicole Chung, Janet Song (Read by) Email or call for price.
Chung’s debut memoir, All You Can Ever Know (out from Catapult on October 2), is the story of how her search blew open a family secret surrounding her adoption that her birth parents had kept quiet for decades, brought her a fierce and loving bond with her biological sister, and changed both of … by Nicole Chung. Share; Also available in ; Hardback US$18.87; CD-Audio US$19.25; US$14.50 US$16.95 You save US$2.45. Book Rating (6) Narrator Rating .