Paperback: £9.99 / $16.95
2013, 216mm x 138mm / 8.5in x 5.5in, 352pp
ISBN: 978-1-84905-431-7, BIC 2: VFVK JKSF
'I love you, no matter what.'
An uplifting true story of an ordinary couple who build an extraordinary family, No Matter What describes how Sally and Rob Donovan embark upon a journey to adopt following a diagnosis of infertility.
Sally Donovan brings to life with characteristic wit and honesty the difficulties of living with infertility, their decision to adopt and the bewildering process involved. Finally matched with young siblings Jaymey and Harlee, Sally and Rob's joy turns to shock as they discover disturbing details of their children's past and realise that they must do everything it takes to heal their children.
By turns tragic, inspiring and hilarious, Sally and Rob's story offers a rare insight into the world of adoptive parents and just what it takes to bring love to the lives of traumatised children.
6 October 2014
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2 September 2014
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29 May 2014
This competition has now closed. Win a signed first edition of No Matter What! To celebrate our new reprint of this inspiring adoption memoir, we’re giving away three original copies signed by author and adoptive mum Sally Donovan. To enter, simply sign up to our mailing list here, and you’ll be entered into our random prize draw. An...
8 November 2013
In this extract from the inspirational adoption memoir, No Matter What, author Sally Donovan shares the reality of parenting children who have experienced abuse and neglect. Here we see just one example of how the consequences of trauma can manifest themselves unpredictably in apparently straightforward everyday situations, such as tucking your son up for bed....
7 November 2013
Dr. Amber Elliott, author of Why Can’t My Child Behave? talks about how she became motivated to start her own company to support looked-after children, and how this in turn led her to writing the book, a parenting manual for traumatised or neglected children. “In the space of a couple of weeks in April...
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