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FaCAB (Families with Children Adopted from Bulgaria) is a bunch of parents (& waiting parents) who have banded loosely together since 1995 to provide a parent-to-parent support network. Goal: share mutual information and support among those interested in international adoption from Bulgaria.

We try to make this site a repository for as much information on Bulgarian adoptions, culture, and issues as possible. IT IS MUCH, MUCH MORE THAN JUST AN E-GROUP!!! PLEASE visit the site and SEE THE MANY VARIOUS FILES and LINKS.

==>>NOTE<<== A book for children adopted from Bulgaria. JUST WAITING FOR MY FAMILY, by Terry Mandeville, is a full-color book illustrated by the author. It is an emotional and real adoption story for children. It describes life in a Bulgarian orphanage as a child waits for a real family and the beginning of an adoption journey. ON SALE $11 Contact terrymand@aol.com

The Mom with the Red Lipstick (An Adoption Memory of a Little Bulgarian Boy) by Lydia M. Kordalewski. The Mom with the Red Lipstick is an emotional and moving story told by a little adopted boy's memories of his earlier life in an Bulgarian orphanage on the way home to the United States with his new mom. His mom shares her emotions, struggles and unconditional love of a little boy who became her beautiful son on a wonderful spring day in Bulgaria. Her adoption is truly a blessing and she encourages other families to adopt. This deeply moving book is likely to be one of the most-read adoption stories of our time. For Book Signings: MomRedLipstick@aol.com Now available at Author House 1-800-839-8640 or www.authorhouse.com

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