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10 thoughts on “Losing Isaiah

  1. says:

    got this evening at a goodwill store for .99 cents

  2. says:

    I enjoyed this book right up until the end. I was torn between the two mothers and the child and did not at all agree with the decisions that the judge and society made. A child's family is not determined by the colour of his skin, just as a spouse should not be decided based on his race> Love is suppose to trensend colour, there is a reason that Love is blind because seeing someone for who they are has nothing to do with how they look. Of course both mothers could have a role in this child's life and the fact that the biological mother left her child alone,did not bother to visit him in intensive care and gave him away must have consequences. Every action has a reaction and in the end it is the child that pays

  3. says:

    To understand this story in a far larger, more meaningful societal context, the following books should be read.

    Birth Marks by Sandra Patton
    The Color of Law; a forgotten history of how our government segregated America

    In addition, the position of the NABSW in 1972 (regarding the adoption of children of African ancestry by white parents), and the primary change in adoption law in 1994 (regarding people of color) has resulted in the current trend in transracial adoption in the United States.

  4. says:

    This is a touching story that tackles some hard subjects, when Selma Richards, tries to get her son back. Isaiah was adopted by Margaret Lewin, because Selma was a crack addict. Readers are lucky to join in the struggle that happens.

  5. says:

    understand book

  6. says:

    I thought Losing Isaiah was great.The beginning may be a little boring but once you read more than 20 pages you will get hooked. In every other chapter it would explain the birth mother(Selma)perspective and the rest of the chapters the adopted mother(Margaret).I would definitely recommend this book to others because it has a lot of drama which I liked. The author describes the drama perfectly. If you were looking to read book about crack and looking for a quick read then you should really read this book. But I would rate this book a four out of five because the beginning kind of just killed it for me. However the ending is wonderful this book thought me a lot.

  7. says:

    What a great book! It keeps you on the edge of your seat, and even though you feel completely supportive of one family, you still find ways to sympathize with the other. I still felt the same in the end as I did in the beginning, however, it may be different for each reader.

    The author keeps you holding your breath and turning each page even when you KNOW that you need to be getting some sleep. I would recommend this book to anyone!

  8. says:

    This touching book about two women, Margret Lewin & Selma Richards fighting for the love that they both share for a little boy named Isaiah is heartwarming, and kinda sad. It takes you through two different lifestyles and makes you see what its like to be the two women. This is a very good book & I highly recommend it.

  9. says:

    Having seen the movie before reading the book, I must admit I liked the movie better than the book. The both are very dissimilar. A lot was different. Bsically, the characters' names and the plot were the same, but that was it.

  10. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this book. I got sucked in but was also so frustrated with some of the characters that I wasn't sure who to root for.

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